An op-ed from the Chronicle of Philanthropy

By Genaro Lopez-Rendon
Across our economy, our society, and our democracy, networks of all sorts are reshaping traditional institutions. Uber and Airbnb radically transformed the taxi and hotel industries in a few short years. Both major political parties have been transformed by outsider candidates engaging large, previously untapped networks in just one election cycle. As smartphone cameras bring to light a long history of police brutality in communities of color, activists have been using social media to put racist, violent policing at the forefront of the national debate in a way that would have been unimaginable just a few years ago. Read the full article at the Chronicle of Philanthropy