The Role of Nonprofits in Increasing Income Mobility

Written by Tina Law Last week, The New York Times released an interactive dataset comparing what income mobility looks like in different neighborhoods across the country. This dataset, which comes from years of research conducted by The Equality of Opportunity Project, is remarkable in a lot ways. But what struck me the most about this dataset was how […]

The Most Unequal Place in America

Written by Caitlin Endyke In 1994, Time Magazine set out to identify the poorest place in America.  They settled on Lake Providence Parish, a small community in rural Louisiana where they note that, “the median annual household income in Block Numbering Area 9903, which covers the southern two-thirds of Lake Providence and three-quarters of its population, […]

Celebrating Successes AND Failures of Occupy Wall Street at 2nd Anniversary

Written by Caitlin Endyke As we mark the second anniversary of the start of the first encampments in Zuccotti Park that sparked the movement now known as “Occupy Wall Street” (though its reach represented a much wider geographic area than downtown Manhattan), Rick Cohen at Nonprofit Quarterly reflects on the movement’s successes and failures thus far.  […]

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