What We’re Reading: January 2017

Nonprofits Opposed to Trump’s Ideology See a Surge in Donations, The New York Times
Nonprofits across the nation such as Planned Parenthood and the ACLU have had an incredible increase in monetary support following the November presidential election. Says Anthony D. Romero, executive director of the ACLU, “All of this support will be put to good use protecting the rights of all Americans.”

The artist who made the Obama ‘Hope’ poster brings the resistance to a printer near you, Mic
Making art is not only a way to keep yourself in a positive, creative spirit during tumultuous times but is also a way to protest. The images created by artist Shepard Fairey and the Amplifier Foundation are available for download and will be posted around the D.C. area on Friday. The Amplifier Foundation also curated a set of downloadable posters for Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington.

If Planned Parenthood’s Doors Didn’t Stay Open…, Nonprofit Quarterly
Leaders of Planned Parenthood, including Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts president and CEO Dr. Jennifer Childs-Roshak, outline the need for the services they provide and why alternative plans are of no use for the millions they serve.

Every book Barack Obama has recommended during his presidency, Entertainment Weekly
Winter in New England means snow, snow, snow. If you need a book to read while the inches pile up outside, the ones on this list should do the trick.