How to Save America From a Human Rights Meltdown

Mar 11, 2023

4:00pm – 5:00pm CT

Recording: How to Save America From a Human Rights Meltdown, Mar 11, 2023

Most donations in the U.S. go to mega-charities. But often it’s small grassroots organizations that are truly transformational. The Innocence Project, started by two guys at a law clinic, exposed massive flaws in the justice system. Camp Jened, a nonprofit for disabled children, helped pass The Americans with Disabilities Act. With so many pressing issues in need of real social change, how do we democratize support for lesser-known or 'forgotten' causes to solve today's human rights crises?

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Regina Blye

Reeve Foundation

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Stephen Ritz

Green Bronx Machine

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Tess Rowland

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

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Tash Terry


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