Why charity isn't saving us | The Future of Philanthropy | Yang Speaks

Why charity isn't saving us | The Future of Philanthropy | Yang Speaks

Forward - March 18, 2021 - 56:23

For our fifth episode, Zach re-visits his old stomping grounds: the world of philanthropy. He interviews Bill Sutton, a philanthropy advisor and wealth management expert, and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Amanda Nguyen, who founded the civil rights organization Rise. Join Zach, Bill, and Amanda as they tackle why philanthropy has been ineffective in the past, how it's shifting because of modern social movements, and what we can do to change non-profits for the better.Watch this conversation on YouTube: Dan Pallotta's TED talk: Amanda Nguyen: | Bill Sutton: | Zach Graumann: | Andrew Yang:

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