National Cable News Network Soul of the South Talks with Director of the Center on Community Philanthropy, Charlotte Williams, on ‘Grassroots’ Philanthropy

Soul of the South’s Leah Patterson talks to an Charlotte Williams, Director of the Center on Community Philanthropy at the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock, Arkansas for an explanation of “grassroots” philanthropy. About Soul of the South Television: Soul of the South T
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Delta Circles founder and Center on Community Philanthropy Partner Patricia Ashanti Highlighted as 2014 Visionary

The article below originally appeared on the Arkansas Times annual Visionaries issue, which is a celebration of Arkansans with ideas of transformative power. Delta Circles, founded by Patricia Ashanti in 2009, is a small nonprofit in Helena with a big mission: fighting poverty in the
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Delta Circles Graduates Class of Six, Community Members Take Important Steps to Move Beyond Poverty

The Center on Community Philanthropy at the University Of Arkansas Clinton School Of Public Service proudly congratulates all six graduates of the Delta Circles 2014 spring class on receiving their certificates of completion for “Getting Ahead in a Just-Getting-by World” workshop. Del
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Neena Viel Receives 2014 Externship with Women’s Foundation of Arkansas and Center on Community Philanthropy

Clinton School student Neena Viel has been awarded the 2014 Women’s Foundation of Arkansas and Center on Community Philanthropy Externship. Neena will begin her externship April 1st working at the headquarters of the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas located at 200 River Market Avenue in
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Dr. Charlotte Williams Sat Down with The Giving Net to Talk Philanthropy, Community, and Public Service

Dr. Charlotte Williams, director of the Center on Community Philanthropy, recently sat down with Andrea Price, Clinton School graduate and executive director of The Giving Net, to talk about public service, philanthropy, the importance of community, and the work of the Center.
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Center on Community Philanthropy and Women’s Foundation of Arkansas Announce Externship Opportunity

The Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy is pleased to announce a new externship opportunity for a Clinton School student to work with our partner, the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas. This position will allow a Clinton School student to work on the Women’s Foundation of Ark
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Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy’s “Race in the Media” Series Culminates with December 12th Public Program

The Center on Community Philanthropy and Visiting Philanthropy Faculty Scholar, Dr. Travis L. Dixon, have been hosting a series of conversations on “Race in the Media” in Little Rock, Pine Bluff and Helena-West Helena.  The series will conclude with a 12:00 p.m. Public Program at the
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Community Gathers for Conversation about Race and Media in Pine Bluff

The article below was originally published in the Pine Bluff newspaper, The Commercial. Authored by Michael S. Lee. Mass media is guilty of implying that blacks commit more crimes than the factual record bears out and that whites are more frequent victims of crime than the statistics
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Clinton School Center on Community Philanthropy to host Community Conversation on Race and Media in Helena-West Helena

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service’s Center on Community Philanthropy is hosting a community conversation on “Race in the Media: Understanding the Issues and Discussing Opportunities for Action” in Helena-West Helena. The event, which is free and open to the p
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