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Funders for LGBTQ Issues on Indiana & Anti-LGBTQ Discrimination: What Does It Mean For Funders?

Release Date: 
04/03/2015
All eyes have been on Indiana recently with passage of a bill which allows LGBTQ discrimination under the guise of religious freedom. Funders for LGBTQ Issues has released a statement outlining what the bill—and others like it—means for foundations.
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Oakland Mayor the Honorable Libby Schaaf to Speak at Upcoming NCG Program

Release Date: 
03/24/2015
NCG is excited to share that the Honorable Libby Schaaf, Mayor of Oakland will be a key part of an upcoming NCG program! Mayor Schaaf will offer key insights on what Prop. 47 implementation means to Oakland and the impact that implementation will...
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Bolder Advocacy Launches Advocacy Readiness Series

Release Date: 
03/23/2015
Bolder Advocacy, an initiative of Alliance for Justice, is publishing a five-part series for funders that breaks advocacy into 18 specific and measurable skills and practices that promote effective nonprofit advocacy.
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In Case You Missed It: Seize the Moment Recap

Release Date: 
03/12/2015
This past Monday NCG co-hosted a program on immigration relief and Bay Area communities. Among featured speakers was Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas. Not able to attend? Here's a recap of the of what all the speakers had to say...
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Why Movement Building?

Release Date: 
03/02/2015
Have you considered supporting or helping to build a movement? That is, supporting activism (organizing, building common agendas, leadership development, etc.) that directly impacts the issues you care about? When it comes to addressing social...
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Temporary Injunction Against Immigration Relief: What Does It Mean?

Release Date: 
02/23/2015
Two days before the U.S. government launched one of President Obama’s executive actions, a Texas federal judge issued an injunction blocking it and other programs from moving forward across the United States. What's next?

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