Most Popular PhilanTopic Posts (March 2017)
April 04, 2017
Maybe the nicest thing we can say about March was that it came in like a lion and went out like a lamb. If the lion's share of your media consumption during the month was devoted to March Madness (of the sports or political variety) and you missed out on your regular PhilanTopic reading, well, here's your chance to catch up.
- Time for Philanthropy to Take Bold Action: Invest in Policy Change (Surina Khan)
- The Future of African-American Philanthropy (Gasby Brown)
- Apocalypse Later? Philanthropy and Transparency in an Illiberal World (Brad Smith)
- Foundations Engaging in Policy: Not an Option But an Obligation (John Mullaney)
- We Fund What We Value (Chris Massi)
- Putting Communities First: A Collaborative Fund for the San Joaquin Valley (Chet P. Hewitt )
- Weekend Link Roundup (March 4-5, 2017) (Mitch Nauffts)
- Moving the Needle on Youth Violence (Toni Irving)
- Weekend Link Roundup (March 18-19, 2017) (Mitch Nauffts)
What have you read/watched/heard lately that got your attention, made you think, or gave you a reason to feel hopeful? Feel free to share with our readers in the comments section below. Or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.