Motivational Monday-It Couldn’t Be Done

By Andrea Price a_price1 For the past two years, my son has participated in his school's talent show. Last year, he recited "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" by Maya Angelou and this year he recited "It Couldn't Be Done" by Edgar Albert Guest. I enjoy teaching him these poems and…

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The Giving Net Radio Show’s August Line Up

During the month of August, The Giving Net's Radio Show lineup includes a stellar group of people who work to improve the lives of students and/or teachers through service. Check out the lineup below. Please share with your network and help us spread the word.

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Attention Change Makers and Public Servants: Race Still Matters

2008 marked a year where the use of the phrase, “post-racial America,” emerged as one of the most used buzz phrases during the presidential election season. A narrative of a post-racial America permeated society, and as a result, many people believe the election of President Barack Obama marked the end of racial prejudice and discrimination in America and…

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The Giving Net Radio Show – Volunteer Series

The Giving Net Radio Online Radio by The Giving Net Radio | Blog Talk Radio. Yesterday, The Giving Net wrapped up its first ever volunteer service series. Our guests, Ryan Mitchell, Dr. Moses Allen IV and Anita Riley, shared their amazing stories of volunteering. We hope the listeners are inspired and empowered…

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Know Thy Neighbor

Professional public servants are constantly trying to find new techniques, strategies and formulas to address some of our most pressing social issues. Books are written, manuals are produced, conferences are held and documentaries are filmed to bring awareness and instruction on how to address problems. These efforts are great and are often…

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