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GuideStar Removes Hate Group Flags From Directory Listings

Early in June, GuideStar, a website that maintains a database of information about U.S. charities, flagged 46 nonprofits for being labeled as hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center. 367 more words

Charity

Wednesday Ways & Means: Tax Ballot Issues

Make your voices heard. Contact your Alderman and Board President. Contact information below.

St. Louis City Board of Aldermen
Ways & Means Committee
8:30 am Wednesday, June 28, 2017… 215 more words

St. Louis

Brendan's Briefing: June 26, 2017

Here are the latest announcements!

What’s New?

1. CU Denver’s ICMA Student Chapter
The Purpose of the International City/County Management Association Student Organization is to provide opportunities for students to network and learn about careers in local government.  369 more words

Students

Nonprofit Quarterly: GuideStar Removes Banners Flagging “Hate Groups”—But Why?

Nonprofit Quarterly: GuideStar Removes Banners Flagging “Hate Groups”—But Why?. “Two weeks ago, NPQ wrote about the fact that GuideStar had flagged 46 nonprofits as hate groups on its site by way of a banner advising that they were so designated by Southern Poverty Law Center. 7 more words

Tweaks & Updates

Via SEA: Catering with a Purpose

Via Social Enterprise Alliance (SEA):

CENTER TABLE, Catering with a Purpose is a social enterprise catering company using its profits and culinary training programs to provide a path of self-sufficiency to women overcoming homelessness or addiction.

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Nonprofits

Everyone Needs Some REST

I wish I could paint a lovelier picture than the one I’m about to share. I’d rather talk about the bright side of summer, the pool party we’re going to tomorrow or my grandkids’ play recital, but the truth is, summer has a dark side, too. 648 more words

On Faith

Donald Trump’s New Lawyer Tied to a Shadowy Web of Nonprofits

Source: Wall Street On Paradeby Pam Martens and Russ Martens

Four years ago Wall Street On Parade published an investigative report with the headline: “Jay Sekulow: The Man Pumping the IRS Scandal on Network TV Sits at the Center of a Web of Nonprofits That Have Paid Him, His Family and Related Businesses $40 Million Since 1998.” Add millions of dollars more to the above figure and you have an updated account of the man the President of the United States just added to his white collar criminal defense legal team. 819 more words

Propaganda, Fraud, And Outright Lies