Center on Community Philanthropy Announces Rev. Alvin Herring as 2023 Distinguished Scholar in Racial Healing Practice

The Center on Community Philanthropy at the Clinton School of Public Service announces Rev. Alvin Herring, Executive Director of Faith in Action, as its 2023 Distinguished Scholar in Racial Healing Practice.

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Racial Justice in the Nonprofit Sector: Addressing Nonprofit Sustainability in Diverse Communities

This study will consist of revisiting the 2011 Nonprofit Management and Leadership article “Nonprofit Sustainability During Times of Uncertainty,” which examined the ability of nonprofits to leverage funds from the private sector during the 2008 economic downturn, with specific attention on how nonprofits incorporated board members and community leaders in continuing services during a time of resource scarcity.

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