Jane Francisco, the chief of Hearst Magazine’s Lifestyle Group, talks with Marcia about the emergence of ‘hunger-to-health’ advocacy by Millennial moms.
Marcia’s Stanford Social Innovation Review article about how some media companies are deploying new algorithms to accentuate people’s differences and stoke their fears in a bid to increase site traffic
Clothing entrepreneur and AIDS activist Kenneth Cole poses for a profile photo on the roof of his Manhattan showroom.
A rare example of cross-sector collaboration to end hunger makes its debut in Boston.
Susan MacLaury, Executive Director of Shine Global, shares in this podcast what she’s learned in the course of her Oscar and Emmy Award-winning work producing documentary films for social change.
A short event highlights reel summarizes a recent Boston event Marcia created and produced on collaboration for social change.
Two top journalists parse the media’s expanding coverage of race in America and the election of Donald Trump in a segment of “Voicing Race,” a new podcast executive-produced by Marcia for Living Cities, a nonprofit funded by the nation’s largest philanthropic foundations to build a more civil society.
The intro to a pilot Marcia produced for a PBS series she is creating that tracks the evolution of American democracy through the 150-year history of Brooklyn’s federal court.
Mike Bloomberg steps up his challenge to the philanthropy establishment by expanding his “big bets” giving on social change—and is influencing others to do the same.
Henry Timms—the founder of #givingtuesday, author of “New Power” and Lincoln Center’s new CEO—explores how our digital hyper-connectivity is upsetting the balance of power across society.