David Dodson, president of MDC, discusses how equity can be created by building an infrastructure of opportunity and removing the barriers in people's way.
If you don’t understand why the death of a basketball coach can move grown men to tears, you didn’t grow up in North Carolina.
On the Charlotte, N.C., leg of our 2014 State of the South road trip, we met with local leaders from the nonprofit, business, and education sectors.
In the age of startups, business incubators, and Silicon Valley, entrepreneurship conjures images of computer scientists, high-tech companies, and sleek offices in big cities.
MDC President David Dodson recently sat down with Faith & Leadership, an online magazine of the leadership education program at Duke University’s Divinity School, to discuss how his faith informs his commitment to social justice.
It might seem counterintuitive, but sometimes the most valuable trips you can take are in your own backyard.