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Resource Generation and Learning to Give: Willa Conway

Willa Conway, a current student in the Individualized MA program, just wrote “How Do We Learn to Give?: On Giving to the It Starts Now Campaign,” for Resource Generation, a group that organizes young people with wealth and class privilege … Continue reading

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Willa Conway: Cross-Class Giving Circles Bring Greater Justice to Philanthropy

I came to Goddard with a loose idea of what I was interested in: racial justice, philanthropy, healing, radical love, and James Baldwin. It makes me smile looking at those disparate ideas now, as those ideas continue to be strong … Continue reading

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Workshops at Fall Residency

With the Goddard Graduate Institute’s first official residency just over, we wanted to share with you a sampling of the kinds of workshops faculty and students offered at the Plainfield, Vermont campus between Aug. 8-15, 2014. Our residency theme, “Climate … Continue reading

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