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Few Maryland nonprofits headed by minorities

A new study by the Urban Institute finds only 22 percent of nonprofits in the Baltimore-Washington region are headed by minorities, the Baltimore Sun reported March 31 (see nonprofit minority leadership story).

New York nonprofits stressed by recession

A new study by the New York State Comptroller’s Office says nonprofits faced a lot of strain in the recession, with sources of funding shrinking s the need for their services grows, the Observer Dispatch in Utica reported March 30 (see nonprofits in recession story).

University foundation chief quits over elimination of sports teams

The president of the Point Loma Nazarene University Foundation has quite in frustration over the way the school eliminated four sports teams, the San Diego Union Tribune reported March 31 (see university foundation story).

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