Category Archive: Editorial

Aug 23

FUNdraising Good Times: If you can’t raise it, save it

  We recently heard the phrase “small up.” It means to look wisely at your resources and find ways to live with less while retaining your focus on what’s important. While the phrase is being used within the context of personal finance, it is one that can have value to a nonprofit. Fundraising often focuses …

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Aug 23

The Gantt Report: Dating Donald

    By Lucius Gantt      Internet dating sites are a quick way to see and consider men and women that appear to be relationship possibilities.      It doesn’t take long, however, to realize that photos and information considered from afar, so to speak, are oftentimes far from looking and being good.    …

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Aug 23

In the Trump Administration – Who is the Dumbest?

By Roger Caldwell As a Black American, I never took the time to really educate myself on who the individuals were on many of the statues in parks, and prominent places in various cities throughout the U.S. I never got upset, or angry about many symbols that White people identified as culture, and as their …

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Aug 15

FUNdraising Good Times: Radical thoughts about nonprofit boards

“How many of your current board members are actually worth paying? If you had to pay your members what board positions would you fund?” These questions caught our eye as we read a promotional piece for a book about philanthropy. The author, Jimmy LaRose poses provocative ideas in Re-Imagining Philanthropy.  He promotes the idea that …

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Aug 15

The Gantt Report: Who Taught Haters to Hate

By Lucius Gantt      The last time I was in Europe I was is Den Haag, Holland, also known as The Hague. I was there to attend The North Sea Jazz Festival, one of the largest music festivals in the world.       More than 150 artists were scheduled to play at a …

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Aug 15

Building A Political Consensus with A Black United Front

    By Roger Caldwell “What we are much more likely seeing is a deepening disappointment with the Democratic Party among Blacks,” according to the Black Commentator, an analysis from the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies. With the election of President Donald Trump, Blacks in America have become invisible, and there are 34 …

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Aug 09

The Reality of Whiteness in America in 2017

    By Roger Caldwell Reverse discrimination is an old concept that was used in 1974 – charging racial discrimination against White people. And now in 2017, President Trump believes universities and affirmative action programs must be investigated by the Department of Justice (DOJ) citing Whites are being discriminated against due to their race Under …

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