Lisa Ranghelli

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Lisa Ranghelli is director of the Grantmaking for Community Impact Project at the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. The opinions expressed here are her own and do not necessarily reflect the views of NCRP

Building the Progressive City

Making change is not always easy, even when “your candidate” wins. Activists in City Hall looks at two well-known progressive city administrations and the way that activists working for them did and didn’t achieve their goals.


CLU’s Mission Statement

CLU’s mission is to move strategic campaigns combining the joint power of community-based organizations and labor unions in order to protect and promote the interests of low- and middle-income working […]


Thinking Collectively

In Boston, labor and community groups are using their shared values to collaborate and win victories


1,000,000 Homes at Risk

Sweeping changes in national housing policy have put hundreds of thousands of public and federally assisted (Section 8) housing units at risk. These drastic policy changes – driven by congressional […]


Congress Passes HUD Budget,Worsens Mark-To-Market Bill

The conference report for the FY98 HUD/VA Appropriations bill easily passed the House and Senate the second week of October. The bill contains roughly $24 billion in HUD funding for […]