A brief article about a Northeast Ohio USA giving circle model, The Cleveland Colectivo, and it's practice of partnering with regional organizations for mutual success and sustainability.
In matters of humanity, there's often no easy solution for situations affected by social complexity. How dialogue and listening revealed a simple, but powerful insight into the distinction between prejudice and racism, leading this author to examine personal assumptions.
Learn how leadership and volunteerism supported by technology tools can catalyze regional workforce development and accelerate education to careers. A post by Daniel F. Bassill, Founder, The Tutor/Mentor Connection.
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