Paul Kivel – Social Service or Social Change?

Link to an article by Paul Kivel:

“Social Service or Social Change?”

Bonus links:  “The Revolution Will Not Be Funded: Beyond the Non-Profit Industrial Complex” and “Philanthropy and Cultural Imperialism: The Foundations at Home and Abroad” and “Foundations and Cultural Imperialism An Interview with Robert Arnove” and “The Ford Foundation in the Inner City: Forging an Alliance with Neighborhood Activists” and “Science of Science and Reflexivity” and Black Awakening in Capitalist America: An Analytic History and Foundations and Public Policy: The Mask of Pluralism and Under the Mask of Philanthropy (plus review) and No Such Thing as a Free Gift: The Gates Foundation and the Price of Philanthropy (this one is underwhelming) and “The Real Agenda of the Gates Foundation” and Foundations of the American Century: The Ford, Carnegie, and Rockefeller Foundations in the Rise of American Power and Top Down: The Ford Foundation, Black Power, and the Reinvention of Racial Liberalism and “The Philanthropy Racket or: How The People Destroying the World Anoint Themselves Its Saviors” and “Medicalizing Society” and  Nonprofit Enterprise in the Arts: Studies in Mission and Constraint and “Philanthropic Power and Development: Who Shapes the Agenda?” and “Professional Societies: Corporate Service, or Public Services for You!” and Against Charity (plus review) and Wrong Kind of Green and “Class Struggle and the Parable of an Environmental Victory” and “The Philanthropy Hustle” and “The Problem With Capitalist Philanthropy” and “The Ultrarich Don’t Deserve Our Gratitude for Small Acts of Philanthropy” and “How the Ultrawealthy Use Private Foundations to Bank Millions in Tax Deductions While Giving the Public Little in Return” and “The Price of Civil Rights: Black Lives, White Funding, and Movement Capture” and “An Interview With John Stauber on the Impotence of the Progressive Movement” and “Which Side Are ‘Liberal’ Lawyers On?” and “The Political Economy of Effective Altruism” and “Reputational Laundering” Definition and Stephen Gowans Comment (“Change the institution, or make people behave in a contra-institutional way?“) and The Good Woman of Setzuan and “Socialism and Religion” (“those who live by the labour of others are taught by religion to practise charity while on earth, thus offering them a very cheap way of justifying their entire existence as exploiters and selling them at a moderate price tickets to well-being in heaven.”)