For more information on Greenlining Institute

Here are some invaluable resources for additional information on the Greenlining Institute’s history, tactics and goals:

» “Red light on Greenlining,” January 2008 President’s Letter, Adam Myerson, Philanthropy Roundtable

» “Burdening Foundations: Economic costs of California Assembly bill 624,” Pacific Research Institute, by Clemens, McQuillan, et. al. June 2008.  

» “Race and gender quotas for non-profits: How California bill AB624 threatens foundation philanthropy,” John Gizzi, July 2008 edition of Foundation Watch, published by Capital Research Center.

» “California’s Greenlining Institute: Arm-twisting for financial affirmative action,” John Gizzi, August 2008 edition of Organization Trends, published by Capital Research Center.

» “How public is private philanthropy: Separate myth from fact,” Evelyn Brody and John Tyler, July 2009,  Philanthropy Roundtable.

» “Charities get offer they can’t refuse,” Mark Tapscott, the Washington Examiner, March 2009.

» “The generosity of America: A lecture by Philanthropy Roundtable’s Adam Myerson,” January 2010, Imprimis, Hillsdale College.

» “Dear Mr. President: Save the charitable deduction,” Letter from philanthropic leaders to President Obama, Alliance for Charitable Reform, February 2010.

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