We’re mapping where in the country nonprofits are making strides for fairness, equality, economic opportunity, and other social justice values. Check out the good news from December!
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Posted by Andrew Phifer on January 27, 2015
The national fight for marriage equality has been gaining success as many states recognize and legalize same-sex marriages. But even with a national spotlight on this movement, there are many LGBT issues that have been largely ignored. Read more about organizations using advocacy to combat anti-trans violence.
Posted by Andrew Phifer on January 26, 2015
The Equal Justice Society is transforming the nation’s consciousness on race through law, social science, and the arts. They aim to broaden conceptions of present-day discrimination to include unconscious and structural bias by using social science, structural analysis, and real-life experience. Read more about the work of this AFJ member organization.
Posted by Andrew Phifer on January 23, 2015
What is trending on Bolder Advocacy? Blogs on maintaining supporter engagement, a nonprofit economic impact report, resolutions for nonprofits and foundations, and more! Find out the posts attracting the most clicks last month.
Posted by Keely Monroe on January 22, 2015
Today, on the 42nd anniversary of the Supreme Court case that made legal a woman’s right to choose an abortion, organizations and individuals are thinking about what Roe v. Wade means to them. Read what Bolder Advocacy staffer Keely Monroe is hopeful for in 2015.
Posted by Andrew Phifer on January 21, 2015
In this year’s State of the Union, President Obama mentioned the success of paid sick leave measures at the ballot box. We know about these successes because Bolder Advocacy provided guidance and expert information to groups working on these policy initiatives. Read more about recent progress on paid sick leave policies and what resources organizations can use to get involved.