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Apr 6, 2016

Field Notes: Stewarding Mission Through Risk Management

OliverWyman and SeaChange Capital Partners produce a report outlining ways to mitigate the trials of nonprofit finance.

Apr 6, 2016

Field Notes: ERISA Guideline Reform

This primer offers a quick guide to the Department of Labor's 2015 clarification on the fiduciary framework for impact investing by retirement funds.

Mar 31, 2016

Photo of the Month: March 2016

The photo highlights the impact of NAFTA and other trade agreements on U.S. workers, which is a topic of the presidential campaign.

Mar 30, 2016

Soundbites: A Majority Minority Middle Class

In this podcast, Angela Glover Blackwell of PolicyLink discusses why racial equity is an important component for America's middle class.

Mar 26, 2016

In Case You Missed It: Death of the Trickle-Down Notion

In this issue, Paul Ryan admits "takers" mistake, manufacturing jobs and robo routines, dismantling the commercial prison complex, and philanthrocapitalism madness.

Mar 19, 2016

In Case You Missed It: In These Questionably Impactful Times

In this issue, the country-like power of 25 metanationals, Silicon Valley's attitude on inequality, Bernie's Nordic middle-class dream and using full employment to fight poverty.

Photo by Joshua Sortino

Mar 18, 2016

Field Notes: A Resource for American Health Recovery

Country Health Ranking and Roadmaps report presents collected health data, urging sectors to pursue equal health rights in the United States.

Mar 17, 2016

Field Notes: What Millennial Workers Want

Deloitte’s fifth annual Millennial Survey highlights the gap between Millennials and their employers around what values build long-term business success.

Mar 12, 2016

In Case You Missed It: Investment Needed to Change the World

In this issue, the eviction economy, the legitimate poor nonsense, climate and infrastructure investing, the age wage gap, and yanking funding from successful nonprofits.

Mar 10, 2016

Field Notes: Implementing a New Economic Standard

Brookings' Amy Liu makes a case for broadening the goals of economic development in order to create deeper, long-lasting prosperity.