Terrorism is often deeply about symbolism heaped on violence and yesterday at the Marathon in Boston there were a lot of possible symbols for deranged minds. What are we to take away from this terrible event?
The nonprofit ethicist is open for business, so you can ask him your own questions about any ethical conundrums you have in your work.
Three nonprofit public media organizations in Colorado—Rocky Mountain PBS, KUVO radio and the investigative I-News project—announce that they will become one.
The slogan of Anonymous is “We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.” But their recent metamorphosis into a force for social change is quite unexpected.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure is a bastion of effectiveness in cause marketing, which makes its flatfooted response to the recent melee over funding cancer screenings at Planned Parenthood so odd. What in the world happened?
A report of a Michigan oil spill garners a small nonprofit site some well-deserved attention.