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September News for Protagonists, Antagonists, and Just Plain Agonists

Opportunity for All – Creative Solutions to Inequality in America

Pathways through Participation: What Creates and Sustains Active Citizenship? – Pathways through Participation

Soaring Poverty Casts Light on “Lost Decade” – Truthout

Wangari Muta Maathai: A Life of Firsts – Green Belt Movement

Labor Trafficking of Domestic Workers At-a-Glance – Polaris Project

Does Inequality Make Us Unhappy? – Yes! Magazine

Poverty Rises Sharply in Most Areas of Pennsylvania – Third and State

Follow No Leader – The American Prospect

A Call to Peace: Perspectives of Volunteers on The Peace Corps at 50 – Civic Enterprises and National Peace Corps Association

Influencing Public Policy in the Digital Age – Alliance for Justice

Even at 15, King Was a Visionary – Atlanta Journal Constitution

More than Sixty Years with Social Group Work: A Personal and Professional History – The Social Welfare History Project

9/11 Stories: September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows – Tides Center

Downward Mobility from the Middle Class: Waking Up From the American Dream – Pew Charitable Trusts

Innovative Inspiration from Nonprofits – Inc.

The Social and Economic Value of Human Services – Social IMPACT Research Center at Heartland Alliance

Community Character: How Arts and Cultural Strategies Create, Reinforce, and Enhance a Sense of Place – American Planning Association

Working Economics – Economic Policy Institute

Counting is Not Enough: Investing in Qualitative Case Reviews for Practice Improvement in Child Welfare – Annie E. Casey Foundation

The Ten Commandments – Ten Ageless, Irrefutable, Non-negotiable Keys to Optimizing Your Fundraising Success – Nonprofit Federation

Obama Opens the Door – Huffington Post

Handbook on Family and Community Engagement – Academic Development Institute

2011 Fundraising Effectiveness Survey Report – Association of Fundraising Professionals and The Urban Institute

Big Chicken: Pollution and Industrial Poultry Production in America – Pew Environment Group

A Close Look at the New Census Numbers – Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

A Decade of Partnership and Results – Roll Back Malaria Partnership

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