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Hole in the Road to Transparency: People with Disabilities Often Excluded By Foundations & Nonprofits

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Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi is founder & president of RespectAbility, a nonprofit that fights stigmas and advances opportunities for people with disabilities. Philanthropic transparency is vital. But there’s a ma

Becoming a "Web 2.0 Philanthropy" at Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

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(Steve Downs is Chief Technology and Information Officer at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.) Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), like many philanthropies today, has embraced social media. We have a Facebook page, YouTube channels,

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  • Transparency Talk, the Glasspockets blog, is a platform for candid and constructive conversation about foundation transparency and accountability. In this space, Foundation Center highlights strategies, findings, and best practices on the web and in foundations–illuminating the importance of having "glass pockets."

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