If he’s laughing, it’s probably not at the Lincoln Project’s satire.
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A political action committee of longtime Republican strategists is using satire to attack President Donald Trump and influence American voters.
Marche pour le climat du 8 décembre 2018 à Paris.
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Les donateurs et fondations se mobilisent pour le climat. Comment peuvent-ils maximiser leur impact ?
En janvier 2020, les feux en Australie ont provoqué une prise de conscience nouvelle des conséquences dramatiques du changement climatique.
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Si le changement climatique a longtemps été négligé par les donateurs privés, la philanthropie se mobilise de manière croissante pour soutenir cette cause.
When commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis received a petition to integrate baseball with over a million signatures, he simply ignored it.
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By removing Kenesaw Mountain Landis' name from the plaques awarded to each league's MVP, the Baseball Writers’ Association of America acknowledged Landis' role in upholding segregation.
A Feed Your City volunteer bundling food to be given away in Atlanta on Sept. 19, 2020.
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Two scholars have found links between generosity and physical attractiveness.
Texas Sen. Lloyd Bentsen, left, had something to celebrate after the 1988 vice presidential debate. Quayle not so much.
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A saucy, perfectly delivered retort by Democratic vice presidential candidate Lloyd Bentsen didn't hurt the Bush-Quayle ticket. But it dogged Dan Quayle for the rest of his political career.
There’s been an outpouring of giving in honor of Ahmaud Arbery and other victims of racial injustice.
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From thousands of people chipping in as little as $5 to George Floyd's GoFundMe to donations well in excess of $1 million to HBCUs, anti-racist philanthropy is rising.
Will either – or both – of these men use humor or insults in their first presidential debate?
A politician who wields a comeback with skill can use it as both a bludgeon and a shield, damaging the opponent without hurting their own popularity with voters.
For many Americans, ordering takeout to support struggling restaurants is an unconventional form of giving.
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The trend of paying housekeepers unable to do their work and ordering takeout when it isn't essential can be seen broadly as a form of charitable giving, according to philanthropy researchers.
Innovators are comfortable dealing with uncertainty.
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Many great innovators have personality traits in common. Comfort with uncertainty is critical, but passion, curiosity and a number of other learnable skills can prime you for an innovate idea.
Death rates vary by demographic, with age and race playing big roles.
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Using random testing, researchers in Indiana were able to calculate death rates by age, race, and sex and found sharp increases in risk of death among older and non-white state residents.
A vaccine for COVID-19 may only effectively stop the spread if enough people take it.
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A public health lawyer and ethicist explores the thorny issue of whether requiring people to be vaccinated against COVID-19 might be necessary. And if so, can people object citing their faith?
The vast majority of K-12 teachers are white.
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Instilling a positive sense of ethnic and racial identity and belonging can help children learn.
Making schools safe will take more than wiping down surfaces.
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Concerns over how to make schools safe amid the coronavirus remain. But for many low-income students of color, old buildings in need of repair already presented a heath risk.
Freed slaves on the plantation of Confederate General Thomas F. Drayton in Hilton Head, South Carolina. This photograph was taken circa 1865.
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The health care inequities suffered by Black Americans today began centuries ago.
Random testing conducted in Indiana gives public health officials some of the most representative and accurate data to date.
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A team of researchers from Indiana University performed random testing for SARS-CoV-2 across the state. The results offer some of the most accurate data to date about important aspects of the virus.
Mortality rates for COVID-19 are two to three times higher for African Americans than whites.
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COVID-19 has again demonstrated the health inequities that exist between African Americans and whites.
Fans rally for the U.S. women’s soccer team.
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A scholar explains why the players are having so much trouble with their equal pay claim.
A man waves a rainbow flag as he rides by the Supreme Court on June 15, 2020.
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The US Supreme Court has ruled that the Civil Rights Act applies to LGBT people. A business law scholar explains why this is one of the most consequential discrimination cases in decades.
The Ford Foundation, under Darren Walker’s leadership, is joining with other foundations to give more money away.
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It's too soon to say what will happen with philanthropy in 2020, but looking at 2019 may offer some clues.