Cultural Forces from 2018 Sundance Film Festival

ANDAction Blog, “Report from 2018 Sundance Film Festival,” Feb. 5, 2018

NCFP: Expanding your comfort zone: Managing risk

via National Center for Family Philanthropy, my latest on risk

Advocates for arts education may be doing more harm than good

The Hehinger Report, July 9, 2015, Advocates for arts education may be doing more harm than good

#UnderwaterDreams doc film opens today in NY & LA, my take via @CNNOpinion

View my column here, Check out Mary Mazzio’s new documentary film,

Baking is more than a new job, it’s a new life…

via @Food_Tank, my piece on #BreadAngels

#FoodOasis places residents at heart of food strategy…

My take on social change, dissatisfaction and using food to transform community,

When the last living speaker from the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom stops by for a visit, everyone wants to say hello.

My latest piece on the Food Oasis movement is available via Food Tank,

If you don’t know the name Guy Carawan…

check out my new @CNNOpinion piece on Pete Seeger, Guy Carawan and the power of song

Evaluation and the #SacredBundle

From the archives – nine years ago I heard Andy Goodman describe the sacred bundle, and how this custom ensured continuity of learning across generations. Right away, I could see how nonprofit organizations could use the sacred bundle to increase learning within their own cultures. Here is the short piece I wrote for Evaluation Exchange,

The Amazing Story of Playworks

My latest op-ed, Make 2014 the year your kids play, takes a look at the amazing story of Playworks, a nonprofit founded by Jill Vialet that is transforming recess for thousands of kids across the country. Check out the results of the Mathematica-Stanford evaluation of Playworks.

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