social justice philanthropy

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Sun Dec 8 22:12:00 CST 2002

[ed: you can find a short blurb on Nathan's article at, and Peter's message (to which Nathan 
refers) below.]

I found Peter's article to be fabulous, but I think I'm slightly biased. 
And in the spirit of shameless self-promotion, I'd like to say that I 
also have an article in the same issue of Social Policy as Peter, 
although I don't have the info on the cool secret section of the SP 
website that contains the full text, like he does. My article is about 
the work California ACORN did to win what was, at the time, the 
second statewide law to combat predatory lending.  


Nathan Henderson-James, Development Director, California 
510-436-5690 v   510-436-6395 f   510-773-8012 cell
3205 Farnam St. Oakland, CA 94601
caacornres at
To receive updates on ACORN's work every two weeks
go to

> .
> From: "Peter Dreier" <dreier at>
> Hi. In case you're interested, here's the link to my article in the 
> current issue of Social Policy:  
> Social Justice Philanthropy: Can We Get More Bang for the Buck?
> Peter
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