October News, Views, and Chews

How Many Slaves Work for You? – Utne Reader

The Movement Next Time – Huffington Post

Occupying, Organizing, and the Movements that Demand Both – ColorLines

My Vision of the 99 Percent Street Protests: A Balanced Empowerment Society – truthout

The Search for a Message – Waging Nonviolence

Nobel Peace Prize Shared Between Three Women – BBC News

25 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World in 2011 – Utne Reader

A Radical Act – She Writes

Social Change Impact Report – Walden University

Campaigners’ Guide to Financial Markets – The Corner House

Hunger in America: Suffering We All Pay For – Center for American Progress

UN Member States Condemn US Embargo of Cuba for 20th Consecutive Year – The Washington Post

Getting In On The Act: How Arts Groups Are Creating Opportunities For Active Participation – James Irvine Foundation

Fusing Arts, Culture and Social Change – National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy

Comer Bien: The Challenges of Nourishing Latino Children and Families – National Council of La Raza

Mobilising for Social Justice – Migrant Rights Centre Ireland

Students’ Knowledge of Civil Rights History Has Deteriorated, Study Finds – The New York Times

Philanthropy 400 – The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Creating Pathways to Opportunity – The White House

No Place for Kids: The Case for Reducing Juvenile Incarceration – Anne E. Casey Foundation

Surviving Ugandans Become Trauma Counselor – Women’s E-news

Building Community: Making Space for Art – Urban Institute

Pink Ribbon Overkill: Are Companies Exploiting Breast Cancer Campaigns? – Daily Finance

2011 State of the Nonprofit Industry Survey – Blackbaud

The UK Voluntary Sector Workforce Almanac 2011 – Skills – Third Sector

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