Urgency and opportunity
SOCIAL JUSTICE

Urgency and Opportunity

Highway markers, we’ve discovered, make great reading. Posted by state and regional historical societies all along State, US, and Federal highways, they provide lessons and insight into what happened right there, where you’re standing, in […]

Useful program evaluation
PROGRAM EVALUATION

Program Evaluation

On this site you’ll see how useful program evaluation can connect with effective philanthropy, social justice, nonprofit management, and community development.  Useful program evaluation is illustrated with each of these titles: Wanted: Better Evaluation Practices […]

Philanthropy, Justice, and Evaluation
EFFECTIVE PHILANTHROPY

Tools For Moving Philanthropy

Philanthropy has much to offer in contributing to progress in areas where it’s committed.  Making progress in “racial equity” or “social justice” is possible, but difficult.  An Effective Communities Project team visited 71 foundations and […]

Social injustice
SOCIAL JUSTICE

Social Injustice?

Anyone reading my post attempting to define Social Justice might think political philosophers are impractical.  Justice is still a very abstract idea that people have been trying to get their heads around for millennia. “Justice […]