A powerful and important special exhibit opens at the FDR Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, NY: BLACK AMERICANS, CIVIL RIGHTS, AND THE ROOSEVELTS, 1932-1962.
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Today, 25 May, is V’s (formerly Eve Ensler) 70th birthday!
When we first met V in 2004, we experienced a combination of art and activism that led us to revise how we see the world and our work.
What we love about working with nonprofits is the education gained. Last week we had a mind enhancing history lesson when we attended the sold out Weeksville Heritage Center Spring Benefit.
For Women’s History Month, we produced a conversation with two of the National Park Service’s leading experts on the Women’s Rights Movement in a conversation with FDR Presidential Library Director Paul Sparrow to discuss the struggle for women’s equality and suffrage.
We joined Pete and The Poet Gold in the radio booth at iHeart Radio for an entertaining conversation about design and communications for nonprofits.
You remember those first days of lockdown? That rudderless feeling of not knowing what comes next? Wondering how you’re going to sustain the things you’ve been working on?
What are you supposed to be doing right now?
Probably not reading this article. I’m a distraction. I’m the kid your mom warned you about, the one who will keep you from doing what you’re supposed to do.