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Foundation Center Launches IssueLab: More than 11,000 free research publications for nonprofits

The Foundation Center has launched the next generation of IssueLab, a web site that provides free and open access to resources that analyze the world's most pressing social, economic, and environmental challenges and their potential solutions. The platform contains more than 11,000 documents and represents one of the largest collections of social sector knowledge, spanning 40 issues areas, from agriculture to immigration to welfare.

IssueLab's features include:

Health Insurance Exchange & Medicaid Expansion

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The big news coming out of Oklahoma yesterday was Governor Fallin’s rejection of state established Health Insurance Exchanges and the Expansion of Medicaid.

You might be asking “what is a health insurance exchange?”

Tulsa-based CleanNG named Top 50 Global Startup during Tulsa GEW

CleanNG was named one of the best and brightest new startups in the world by Global Entrepreneurship Week.

CleanNG, a Tulsa-based compressed natural gas storage tank manufacturer, competed with nearly 400 applicants in 17 countries to be named 1 of the 50 most innovative global startups by GEW. In addition, CleanNG was announced as one of “the most promising new companies” by CNBC.

Dust Bowl Dance, Ken Burns Style

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Ken Burns' The Dust Bowl premieres tomorrow, November 18th, at 7:00 pm on OETA. In his review for the New York Times, Mike Hale writes, "Mr.

The PoMo Historical by Nick Abrahamson

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Postmodern seems to be one of those words academics love to throw around, while others might see the term at best as nebulous or at worst intimidating.  Like the prefix ‘meta-’, or perhaps an art movement, it can mean many things simultaneously: postmodernism has its hallmarks, some elements that reappear across works within the tradition.  But it doesn’t have to be scary.  Think of Post-rock, also a very vague term for a music genre that is mostly defined by long instrumentals.  This can refer to movements of Bach-ian complexities.  Or a cinematic band such as Explosions in the Sky that s

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