Thousands of lawsuits against the National Football League prompted the leagues agreement on a more than $1 billion fund to help cover medical bills for serious injuries to current and former NFL players.
In episode 1 of our INSIGHT collaboration with Alaska Public Media we interviewed the leaders of two of Alaska’s top nonprofits – Diane Kaplan, President and CEO of the Rasmuson Foundation, and Kirk Rose, Executive Director of Anchorage Community Land Trust. Both organizations are dedicated to improving the landscapes and communities within, as well as the varying lifestyles of the diverse residents of, the state of Alaska.
In episode 3 of our INSIGHT collaboration with Alaska Public Media, we chat with two of Alaska’s top environmental leaders – Beth Nordlund, Executive Director of Anchorage Park Foundation, and Polly Carr, Executive Director of The Alaska Center for the environment, as well as Executive Director of Alaska Conservation Voters. Nordlund and Carr discuss approaches in creating inclusive, involved communities of Alaskans who are aware and well-educated on matters of protection and conservation of Alaska’s unique environment.
In episode 4 of our INSIGHT collaboration with Alaska Public Media we we interviewed Robin Dublin, Executive Director of the Alaska Botanical Gardens, and Nina Kemppel, President & CEO of Alaska Community Foundation, both dedicated to serving Alaska’s unique environment and diverse communities. Dublin discusses the garden’s dedication to sustainable projects and shares interesting details on leading a garden to thrive in Alaska’s unique environment; Kemppel shares some of the major forces behind the success of the Alaska Community Foundation.
San Francisco’s Mayor Lee and City Supervisor, Jane Kim, announced a deal to offer free tuition for SF Community College courses to residents who have lived in the city for more than a year. The deal will kick off next fall.
Almost three dozen major companies and start-ups from Silicon Valley joined a court brief in San Francisco that supports a filed lawsuit by Attorney General Bob Ferguson, asking for Trump’s executive order to be declared as unconstitutional.
It is fairly easy for companies to track consumers and their engagement with just a bit of data on their online activity. In some cases, companies can still collect data on consumers without their actual engagement or login to a website, reports an independent online new source, Consumer.
Martha Ryan, Founder & Executive Director of the Homeless Prenatal Program, shares the incredible genesis of the program that was born from her observation of a population of pregnant, homeless women and families in need of resources for a better future.
Martha Ryan, Founder & Executive Director of the Homeless Prenatal Program, shares the incredible genesis of the program that has, for more than three decades, connected homeless pregnant women and poor families with resources and opportunities to break the cycle of poverty.
One of the biggest topics during the new presidential campaign (and well into the new presidential administration), has been the lack of job opportunities in rural America. So, how can we bring jobs “back” to America?
Amid President Trump’s executive order to ban people from seven Muslim counties from entering the United States, the city of San Francisco sued President Trump over his executive order maintaining that sanctuary cities will suffer loss of federal funding if they do not cooperate with immigration agents.
In the wake of President Donald Trump’s executive order to ban citizens from 7 different predominately-Muslim countries from entering the U.S, several leaders have spoken out on measure either in opposition or support.
In six decades, the government has invested over $2 trillion in reducing poverty in America. The efforts have resulted in only a less than two percent drop since the 1960s, according to reports from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Aside from facing challenges in weather and infestation from insects and diseases, farmer’s must also face the additional challenge of theft of expensive farming equipment and resources, such as vehicles and gasoline.
The Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections approved a $210 million project to build a Children and Family Justice Center (CFJC) , but project opponents quickly gathered hundreds of signatures to make an appeal.