The lawyer representing the LA Alliance for Human Rights talks about its lawsuit against Los Angeles for its handling, or mishandling, of the difficult and growing problem of homelessness there—and philanthropy’s role in creating and perpetuating it.
An outline of options.
The “playing field” and potential proposals.
As University of Kentucky law professor asks, “Why are we focused only on universities?”
The economist and Social Gospel movement leader thought and taught that some philanthropy “could and must come from government coercion,” as Ronald J. Pestritto reminds us in his new book on the rise and legacy of progressivism.
Wealthy elite gravitate toward elitism, however well-endowed already.
A mid-year collection of interesting and insightful thinking about grantmaking and giving.