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Philanthropy’s Race Problem

By Orson Aguilar http://www.colorlines.com A new compromise from foundations might be cause for some optimism. The everyday challenges faced by the people in many neighborhoods seem far removed from the American Dream these days: the lack of good housing and…
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Viewpoint: Winning Main Street Hearts and Minds

American Banker | Friday, October 24, 2008 By Robert Gnaizda and Jorge Corralejo Last week the secretary of the Treasury and the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board decided to save the American banking industry from its follies by partially…
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Are Foundations Doing Enough for Society?

Source: The Chronicle of Philanthropy | Written by: George Dean and Nativo Lopez Now that California’s Assembly has passed legislation designed to shed light on the diversity practices of the state’s grant makers and the measure is pending in the…
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Guidance for Fed: What Would Alan Do?

Former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan helped dampen a potentially massive financial confidence crisis in 1998. His most daring act is one the Fed should emulate during this foreclosure crisis. Mr. Greenspan, with the assistance of the Federal Reserve…
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14th Annual Economic Summit Roundup

We celebrated our 14th Annual Greenlining Economic Development Summit in Los Angeles. Once again we brought together the leading community advocates, corporate leaders and government officials in the country to discuss “win-win” opportunities and solutions on issues related to minority…
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