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Why You Need to Build Your Nonprofit's Employment Brand and How to Do It

Why You Need to Build Your Nonprofit's Employment Brand and How to Do It

Jeff Ballow  |  June 15, 2018

Jeff Ballow, a director of consulting at Community Resource Exchange, explains the growing importance of knowing — and being able to communicate — your organization's "employment brand" to differentiate your nonprofit from other groups and attract the best talent.... 

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Connections

Equality and Equity: Advancing the LGBT Community in Massachusetts
June 22, 2018
While the LGBTQ community in Massachusetts is young, diverse, and makes up an estimated 5 percent of the state’s overall population (second in New England to Vermont's 5.8 percent), LGBTQ individuals continue to face widespread discrimination and are at greater risk for depression, homelessness, and food insecurity, a report from the Boston...
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5 Questions for…

Rashad Robinson, President, Color Of Change

Rashad Robinson, President, Color Of Change

June 20, 2018

PND spoke with Robinson via email about the impetus behind the organization’s founding, hate speech on college campuses, and the state of race relations in America....

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Newsmakers

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NPO Spotlight

Teaching Matters

Teaching Matters

June 12, 2018

Founded in 1994 in New York City, Teaching Matters is dedicated to increasing teacher effectiveness, one of the most important factors in student success....

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On the Web

Global Fishing Watch
June 20, 2018

Founded by ocean conservation organization Oceana, Google, and SkyTruth, Global Fishing Watch is a big data "transparency" platform that leverages satellite data to create the first comprehensive view of commercial fishing activity on the planet's oceans.... 

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Off the Shelf

Justice on Both Sides: Transforming Education Through Restorative Justice

Justice on Both Sides: Transforming Education Through Restorative Justice

June 5, 2018
Maisha T. Winn (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Education Press, 2018)

Maisha T. Winn, a professor of education at the University of California, Davis, makes a compelling case for the use of restorative justice (RJ) practices in schools as a way to disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline that has destroyed the lives of too many young people of color....

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