When the restrictive military regime that had taken power in Brazil in 1964 became even more repressive by 1969, staffers at the Ford Foundation found themselves facing a conundrum.
New Research: Early Work-Relief Program, Urban Planning, Educational Broadcasting, and International Studies in the 1930s
Four new research reports delve into unique stories drawn from the history of the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations.
Research reports drawing on several Rockefeller Archive Center collections span continents, disciplines, and eras.
A foundation struggled to make one of America’s oldest youth organizations more racially inclusive. But it only got so far under Jim Crow.
Environmental education was once an unusual idea. The Audubon Society changed that and became the household name it is today.
Why would an American foundation transform the field of business education?