The Chronicle of Philanthropy: Grants Roundup: Carnegie and MacArthur Funds Give $25 Million for Nuclear-Security Work
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
$1 million to the Voting Rights Institute, a joint project of Georgetown University Law Center, the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy, and the Campaign Legal Center. The institute offers opportunities for students, recent graduates, and fellows to engage in litigation and policy work in the field of voting rights and to educate lawyers about the skills and best practices of voting-rights advocates. The new funding will also allow the institute to launch a new website to share information and resources on voting-rights issues and litigation and provide a tool for the public to report violations.
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