November 2010 Issue • Volume 38 • Issue 8

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MFP Leadership Campaign Makes Year-End Push to Reach $500,000 5-Year Pledge Goal

The ASA is pleased to announce that in 2009 and 2010, the Minority Fellowship Program (MFP) Leadership Campaign, led by former ASA Vice President Margaret L. Andersen and Executive Officer Sally T. Hillsman, has been supported by 87 contributing leaders, including Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS). (See September/October 2009, January 2010, and March 2010 issues of Footnotes for prior articles on the Campaign.)

All of these leaders made a significant five-year commitment, or in a few cases a large one-time contribution, to help secure the future of MFP. This leadership comes at a crucial time for MFP, following the end of its NIMH T-32 grant funding. The total amount of the combined 2009 and 2010 pledges have totaled nearly $470,000 over five years, bringing the Campaign close to its $500,000 goal.

There is still time to participate in the MFP Leadership Campaign and help reach the $500,000 mark before the end of 2010! As you think of your year-end giving, please consider joining the donors listed below. MFP is completely supported by contributions from its organizational partners and individual ASA members. For more information, contact Jean H. Shin, Director of the ASA Minority Affairs Program, at shin@asanet.org.

Thank you again to all who have supported the Campaign and also to those who provide support to MFP at ASA membership renewal time, the MFP Benefit Reception at the Annual Meeting, and through contributing publication royalties. A special recognition goes to organizational partners SWS, Alpha Kappa Delta, the Midwest Sociological Society, the Association of Black Sociologists, and the Southwestern Sociological Association! Below is the list of 87 MFP Leadership Campaign contributors:

Joan Acker

Richard Alba

Margaret L. Andersen

Ronald & Jacqueline Angel

Anonymous

Janet L. Astner

William Bielby

Edna & Phil Bonacich

Andrew Beveridge

Eduardo Bonilla-Silva

Florence B. Bonner

Christine Bose

Clifford Broman

Tony N. Brown

Michael Burawoy

Linda Burton

José Z. Calderón

Craig Calhoun

Obie Clayton

Dan & Mary Ann Clawson

Patricia Hill Collins

Randall Collins

Robert Crutchfield

William D’Antonio

N.J. Demerath

Marjorie DeVault

Bonnie Thornton Dill

Marlese Durr

Russell Dynes

D. Stanley Eitzen

Myra Marx Ferree & G. Donald Ferree, Jr.

Gary Alan Fine

Charles Gallagher

William Gamson

Cheryl Townsend Gilkes

Evelyn Nakano Glenn

Debra Guckenheimer

Elizabeth Higginbotham

Sally T. Hillsman

Richard Hope

Judith Howard

Arne L. Kalleberg

Deborah K. King

Felice Levine

Amanda Lewis & Tyrone Forman

Carole Marks

Ross Matsueda

Cora B. Marrett

Ramiro Martinez

Douglas S. Massey

Doug McAdam

McCune Foundation

Omar McRoberts

Ruth Milkman

Joya Misra

Aldon & Kim Morris

Lisa Park & David Pellow

Mary Pattillo

Ruth Peterson

Barbara Reskin*

Pamela Roby

Orlando Rodriguez

Havidán Rodríguez

Judith Rollins

Mary Romero & Eric Margolis

Bernice A. Pescosolido

Gerald Platt

Willie Pearson, Jr.

William Roy

Rogelio Saenz

Gary Sandefur

Sociologists for Women in Society

John Solomos

C. Matthew Snipp

Gregory Squires

Teresa Sullivan

David T. Takeuchi

Howard Taylor

Verta Taylor & Leila R. Rupp

Edward Telles

Kathleen Tierney

Don & Barbara Tomaskovic-Devey

William Velez

David R. Williams

Charles Willie

William Julius Wilson

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* In honor of Carla B. Howery

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