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News Briefing: In India, Poverty Inspires Technology Workers to Altruism

By Kate Golden on November 1, 2007One Comment
  • New Indian Web site brings the social-networking revolution to the world’s poor.  [New York Times]
  • A coalition of religious leaders urges Congress to ensure that the poor are protected from the effects of climate change.  [Associated Press]
  • The Salvation Army’s Chicago Metropolitan Division prepares to build a Ray and Joan Kroc Community Center at a cost of $159.9 million; majority of funding to come from the bequest of Joan Kroc.  [Chicago Tribune]
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