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Monday, February 13, 2017

Nonprofit news: A report on initiatives of the Arkansas Times

Posted By on Mon, Feb 13, 2017 at 9:42 AM

Arkansas Times editor Lindsey Millar has been busy trying to increase our use of project-based philanthropic contribu
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tions to support reporting in the public interest. Our past work has included environmental and child welfare reporting.

Here's a summary from an article in Arkansas Business this week by Kyle Massey that talks about Millar's endeavors, particularly the new Arkansas Nonprofit News Network.

You can see the work of the News Network at its website, lately focusing on the legislature, with particular interest in education and criminal justice. You'll also find there a link to make a contribution, if the spirit moves.

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