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News Briefing: Quaker Charity Sued Over a Doctor’s Legacy

By Kate Golden on October 10, 2007No Comment
  • University of Virginia aims to collect $3 billion by 2011 in its largest capital campaign.  [Washington Post]
  • Artists who received fellowships last year from United States Artists used part of their unrestricted awards to make ends meet.  [New York Times]    
  • Pennsylvania Attorney General sues the American Friends Service Committee, claming the Quaker charity misspent a donor’s bequest.  [Philadelphia Inquirer
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