Media

Audio/Video

News coverage of event promoting the research findings of report Frontline wrote on funder-supported advocacy in the Gulf/Midsouth. The report was published by the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. Read the story and watch the video. (October ’11)

Young Men Rising — Video from a September ’09 convening in Chicago that brought together 65 young men to discuss empowerment strategies

Partner Micah Gilmer on panel discussing The State of Social Enterprise (Oct ’10)

Gilmer interviewed about successful nonprofits on North Carolina Public Radio show The State of Things (March ’10)

Strengthening Democracy, Increasing Opportunities — Video of interview with Marcus Littles discussing the NCRP report (May ’11)

Gilmer interviewed about college entrepreneurs on The State of Things (May ’11)

Online/Print

“Education Under Arrest” — A Frontline-hosted live chat

Three UNC Students Selected for Social Entrepreneurship Fellowships,” UNC College of Arts and Sciences, May 2011.

Nonprofit Advocacy, Community Organizing Benefit Impoverished Communities in Four Southern States, Study Finds,” Philanthropy News Digest, May 2011

Report: Far From Home, WA Charitable Dollars Pay Off,” Public News Service, May 2011

Counting the Invisible Man,” 2025 Campaign Game Changer blog, February 2011

Changing Places: How Communities Will Improve the Health of Boys of Color – a downloadable book featuring the research of Frontline staff

Getting It Right in 2010: Ensuring a Proper Count in the U.S. Census” – Philadelphia Social Innovations Journal, January 2010.

UNC Students Begin Social Entreprenurship Training” – UNC College of Arts & Sciences, May 25, 2010

Alumnus and ‘change agent’ Named UNC’s Social Entrepreneur-in-Residence” – Carolina Entrepreneurial Initiative, August 2009

UNC Social Entrepreneur-In-Residence Works to Bridge Perception Gap” – Carolina Entrepreneurial Initiative, October 2009

Public Policy Class Connects Social Action with Understanding Barriers to Change” – Carolina Entrepreneurial Initiative, December 2009