Charity Dropping! Generosity Rising?

Financial Justice Organizing Philanthropy

  August 3, 2021             New Orleans, There’s a fair amount of head-scratching about the way Americans are turning away from charitable organizations.  Since our founding, we’ve been touted from de Tocqueville on for our belief in such organizations, but surveys indicate that those days are fading. The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana …

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GiveDirectly: Tech Narcissism in Africa? Or, What?

Citizen Wealth Financial Justice Ideas and Issues Philanthropy

New Orleans         I read a column in the New York Times by the spectacularly unreliable source, Nicholas Kristoff,  that was flatly arguing in his classic neo-liberal mindless hucksterism that rather than try to change the world, perhaps it was better to simply make money and give more away.  Despite the absurdity of his argument on its …

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