We all have, whether in our personal or professional Internet travels, a list of sites or content providers that we really, really wish weren’t password-protected – doors we wish we could knock down without using our credit cards. Clearinghouse Review has long been on my list. CR offers a trove of information, analysis, and new thinking on myriad issues that touch on anti-poverty and legal aid work. And the Shriver Center just opened the Clearinghouse Review door.
Haven’t had a chance yet to play around with the search application; that will be key in making this repository work for anti-poverty advocates. In any case it’s great to see years of accumulated wisdom made available for our use.