Change in Airbnb’s Profile Picture Policy

"The short-term home rental platform’s previous policy of displaying profile pictures throughout the booking process increased the likelihood that hosts would discriminatorily deny lodging to people of color, whether because of racial animus or implicit bias." - Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

Change in Airbnb’s Profile Picture Policy

Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law’s Statement in Response to Change in Airbnb’s Profile Picture Policy

The company ends a booking policy that

How to Recruit the Right Board Members for Your Nonprofit

"Recruiting the right board members impacts your organization in myriad ways. Nonprofits must recruit new members who are a good fit. An important step in understanding the gaps in the current board is to undertake a matrix style assessment and then conduct outreach to analyze individuals’ networks. Get to know the potential that’s out there, unite on what your team will ask of them, and then bring them into the fold." -- Guide Star Blog

How to Recruit the Right Board Members for Your Nonprofit

By Andrew Bernstein and Hailey Kieltyka at Orr Associates, Inc. (GuideStar.org

Board recruitment, and more specifically, recruiting the right board members, should

Why one of the oldest colleges in the US just cut tuition by 33%

"Our new philanthropy-centered financial model recognizes the reality of the diminishing role of student-derived revenue and the negative effects of an ever-increasing sticker price... This is the right model for us. Perhaps it is not right for every college, but if we can strike even a small blow against escalating tuitions, that will be an added benefit of our action." -- St. John's College President, Mark Roosevelt

Why one of the oldest colleges in the US just cut tuition by 33%

By Abigail Hess (CNBC)

Founded in 1696, St. John’s is a private liberal arts college with a emphasis on classical philosophy and …

An Employment Cloud Hangs Over The Ridesharing Space

"While [drivers] can choose the hours [they] work, pay can be inconsistent and some drivers are incentivized to drive at hours [they] may not prefer, all for the lure of extra pay. So what does this actually make drivers – true independent contractors, or something else?" -- The Rideshare Guy

An Employment Cloud Hangs Over The Ridesharing Space

By John Ince (The Rideshare Guy)

A cloud hangs over the entire ridesharing industry. It’s a legal cloud of ambiguity as to …

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