From Notre Dame to Flint, Our Giving Exposes Who We Are [Op-Ed]
Writer Wei Jia and Project South’s Azadeh Shahshahani explore why the cathedral is being rebuilt by billionaires, but—five years after the water crisis began—Flint still doesn’t have safe water.
'Decolonizing Wealth' Addresses Philanthropy's White Supremacy Problem, Offers Solutions
In his new book, “Decolonizing Wealth,” Native author and philanthropist Edgar Villanueva confronts the colonial dynamics at play in philanthropy and builds a framework centered on communities of color.
Afeni Shakur, Black Panther and Tupac's Mother, Dead at 69
The revolutionary was more than just the inspiration behind “Dear Mama.”
Questlove Talks Prince's Philanthropy On 'Fresh Air'
The Roots’ drummer and producer spoke at length with host Terry Gross about Prince, “The Tonight Show” and his new book, “Something To Food About.”
VIDEO: Idris Elba Sorta Breakdances in New 'Star Trek' Philanthropic Promo
The actor, the latest to be added to the line-up of the new ‘Star Trek’ film, is charming as always while dancing for a new philanthropic venture and contest attached to the film.
Mark Zuckerberg to Pay For Undocumented Students' Tuition
The Facebook CEO and his wife pledged $5 million in scholarships to The Dream.US.
Fighting World Hunger Helps Viola Davis Heal
The successful actress reconciles with her past through changing the future.
How to Build, and Support, Movement Leadership
ARC’s Terry Keleher on how nonprofits can create racial justice trailblazers.