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Natasha Thompson

Natasha Thompson

Apr 13, 2021 Natasha Thompson

“The quick response from donor-advised funds allowed us to be very nimble in our relief efforts."

Jeremy Kraut-Ordover

Jeremy Kraut-Ordover

Apr 09, 2021 Jeremy Kraut-Ordover

“Donor-advised funds will continue to grow and they should: they serve an important purpose in creating the opportunity for longevity in philanthropic relationships.”

Ask the Experts: Is “Educating for American Democracy” Realistic in Today’s Climate?

Ask the Experts: Is “Educating for American Democracy” Realistic in Today’s Climate?

Apr 08, 2021 Debi Ghate

Educating for American Democracy (EAD) describes itself as “an unprecedented effort that convened a diverse and cross-ideological group of scholars and educators to create a Roadmap to Educating for American Democracy."

A Self-Made Millionaire Has a Recipe to Uplift Blacks

A Self-Made Millionaire Has a Recipe to Uplift Blacks

Apr 08, 2021 Patrice Lee Onwuka

We should not forget that during the darkest periods of our history, people like Madam C.J. Walker created opportunities for themselves and others while caring for societies least able.

60 Minutes Softballs Darren Walker

60 Minutes Softballs Darren Walker

Apr 07, 2021 Howard Husock

Ford Foundation President Darren Walker has had yet another star turn, this time in an adoring profile on 60 Minutes. But the specific approach to philanthropy for which Walker was lauded on 60 Minutes deserves greater scrutiny.

Defeating the Chinese Communist Party: What Role for Philanthropists?

Defeating the Chinese Communist Party: What Role for Philanthropists?

Apr 06, 2021 Tim Morrison

Today, the greatest single threat to America’s national security and long-term economic security is the illegitimate and corrupt ruling regime in Beijing.

What Does the Research Say About Reopening Schools?

What Does the Research Say About Reopening Schools?

Apr 05, 2021 Daniel Fuenzalida

Transitioning to a hybrid-model or fully reopening schools seems more possible than ever.

Equip Students to Separate Facts from Fiction

Equip Students to Separate Facts from Fiction

Apr 05, 2021 Daniel Turner

When students can’t tell the difference between a sponsored ad and a news story, even the education establishment recognizes it is failing to teach media literacy.

Anonymous Gifts Powered the Fight for the Women’s Vote

Anonymous Gifts Powered the Fight for the Women’s Vote

Mar 31, 2021 Patrice Onwuka

Women’s History Month offers a great time to reflect on how principles of philanthropic freedom advanced the cause of equality for women in our nation.

Plan to Regulate Foundations and DAFs Opens Door to Burdensome Government Intrusion

Plan to Regulate Foundations and DAFs Opens Door to Burdensome Government Intrusion

Mar 30, 2021 Elise Westhoff and Richard Graber

The stipulation that DAFs must make payouts within 15 years is arbitrary and capricious. Further, it risks funds not being available at times of greatest need, such as during the pandemic.

Loudoun County Parents at War Over Critical Race Theory in Curriculum

Loudoun County Parents at War Over Critical Race Theory in Curriculum

Mar 30, 2021 Debi Ghate

Two groups of parents are at war in Loudoun County, Virginia over Critical Race Theory in the classroom.

Ask the Experts: What’s Important to Know About K-12 Education Today in the States?

Ask the Experts: What’s Important to Know About K-12 Education Today in the States?

Mar 29, 2021 Debi Ghate

As schools begin to tentatively reopen in parts of the country, many are wondering what has changed, what the fallout will be and how the K-12 has evolved as a result of the pandemic.

Is Objective Math a Form of “White Supremacy?”

Is Objective Math a Form of “White Supremacy?”

Mar 29, 2021 Debi Ghate

While the growing emphasis on critical race theory in American classrooms has broader societal implications, the real victims of this educational approach are the students themselves.

The Inspiring Stories Series: Medical Students in Their Communities

The Inspiring Stories Series: Medical Students in Their Communities

Mar 25, 2021 Debi Ghate

Medical students are working together to promote human flourishing through advancing caring and character in medicine in order to positively impact individuals and communities in our society.

The Inspiring Stories Series: He Gave $20M to the College He Dropped Out Of

The Inspiring Stories Series: He Gave $20M to the College He Dropped Out Of

Mar 25, 2021 Debi Ghate

Tyler never graduated from Morgan State University. He was forced to drop out after one year because he could not afford tuition. Now he gave the university $20 million.

The Critical Race Training Juggernaut: Has It Reached Your School District Yet?

The Critical Race Training Juggernaut: Has It Reached Your School District Yet?

Mar 24, 2021 Joanne Florino

Earlier this month, the Legal Insurrection Foundation (LIF), in collaboration with the Texas Public Policy Foundation, offered an eye-opening webinar titled “How Critical Race Training is Harming K-12.”

Sen. Warren’s Plan to Divide Americans

Sen. Warren’s Plan to Divide Americans

Mar 24, 2021 Elizabeth McGuigan

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has resuscitated her campaign proposal to levy additional income tax on “ultra-wealthy” Americans. Under her proposal, the government would charge two percent on assets above $50 million each year, increasing by a percentage point over $1 billion.