Ford Foundation President Darren Walker grew up in a struggling household in Texas. At the Nancy Hanks Lecture for the arts and public policy, Darren highlights the vital role of the arts in paving his path as a leader. More: [ T.co Link ]
20 years after its premiere, Buffy The Vampire Slayer fans are talking about how it has empowered women and girls. Find out how you can use pop culture in your work toward progress. See AndACTION's #PopCulturePivot report: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Carmen Vazquez, an LGBT activist and organizer since 1978, explains how discrimination against LGBT people leads to many different kinds of inequality. Despite recent wins with marriage equality, many people still fear losing their jobs, healthcare, and basic rights because of their sexual orientation. More: Inequalityis.org
Consumer Reports has launched a Ford Foundation-supported effort called the Digital Standard. It aims to help you understand how a range of digital products measure up when it comes to your security and privacy. Find out how this can affect your decisions.