In our society, the social contract is what dictates the economic, moral, and political rules of behavior. But for too many, this social contract—and the systems it creates and perpetuates—doesn’t work.
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WRAG president Tamara Copeland reflects on the need to lift up African American achievements throughout history as part of efforts to advance racial justice.
In her latest column, WRAG president Tamara Copeland reflects on a topic that likely impacts us all – information overload. Read how WRAG is working to become more effective and efficient in the age of too much information.
WRAG president Tamara Copeland explains why we need to stop calling ourselves the "nonprofit" sector.
In her latest column, WRAG president Tamara Copeland examines how home ownership, once the American dream that promised greater financial stability, has been reduced to just being able to afford an apartment for many in the Greater Washington region.
What does the election mean for WRAG members’ philanthropy and for those of you working on education reform, access to health care, affordable housing, immigration, civic engagement, and more?
WRAG supports this statement of values, practices, and actions as part of our renewed commitment to using our voice on issues that matter.