Demographics Are Destiny: How and Why to Diversify Your Staff Now!

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And, in Maryland, Georgia, Nevada, Arizona, New York, New Jersey, Mississippi, and Florida, the percentage of non-Hispanic whites has fallen below 60 percent. Change Management Community Leadership NPTech NTEN PolicyBy Jocelyn Harmon, Director of Nonprofit Services, Care2 Unless you've been living under a barrel, you know the demographics of the U.S. are changing. Here are some key highlights from The Changing Demographics of America by Smithsonian.

2021 Funding & Grant Resources For Women’s Empowerment Organizations

Kindful

Areas served: US (primarily Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, & New Orleans), Mexico, Haiti. They believe that when grassroots women’s organizations provide vital services to their communities, women can build new skills, step up as leaders, and mobilize for rights-based policies.

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The Art of Petition Delivery

Care2

We all know that petitions are effective for list growth and influencing policy when combined with a strategic campaign plan. Join Care2, Salsa Labs and organizations from the Mississippi River Delta Restoration Campaign for this Expert Webinar on TUESDAY MAY 28th at 2pm ET. He has worked on a multitude of issues from climate and energy policy to food issues to conservation. So you got 10,000 people to sign your petition - awesome! Now let the fun begin.

TechSoup Global Goes to Congress (Again)

Tech Soup Blog

" It was all about how policy decisions on handling e-waste could improve the economy via environmental stewardship. The event was organized by the American Chemical Society (ACS) and hosted by Congressional members: Randy Hultgren (Illinois), Chaka Fattah (Pennsylvania), Ben Ray Lujan (New Mexico), and Alan Nunnelee (Mississippi). And we have done what we can to inform policy makers on how to best reclaim the vast amount of IT equipment discarded each year.

Martin Luther King Day 2015

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Meanwhile too many of our people continue to be unemployed, too few can even earn enough to pay taxes, our medical entitlements continue to grow through the roof, we are spending considerably more than we take in, we have no long-term economic strategy-let alone a tax policy to enable it. As we do several times a year, we pass along this essay from Stan Stahl.

Martin Luther King Day 2013

VisionLink

Meanwhile too many of our people continue to be unemployed, too few can even earn enough to pay taxes, our medical entitlements continue to grow through the roof, we are spending considerably more than we take in, we have no long-term economic strategy-let alone a tax policy to enable it. As we do several times a year, we pass along this essay from Stan Stahl.

Welcome to Our New Board Members!

NTEN

His ALA career started with the Mississippi Lung Association as a Field Representative in 1983. Tom has a BA in Political Science and Philosophy from Duke University and an MPP in Public Policy from UC Berkeley. The best part of working at NTEN is you: the great people in our community. I love working with really smart and talented people. That's no exception when it comes to our Board of Directors.

Bryant Terry: Eco-chef, Food Justice Activist, Author of Vegan Soul Kitchen

Have Fun - Do Good

He is currently a Fellow in the Food and Society Policy Fellows Program, which is a national project of the W.K. I grew up in Memphis, Tennessee, and both sets of my grandparents came from rural Mississippi. You're a Fellow at the Food and Society Policy Fellows Program. As citizens, as people who care about our communities, we also have to work to change policy. "I think, in the organizing, and in the activism what gets lost so often is what we're working for.