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News Briefing: When a Luxury Vacation Cultivates Philanthropy

By Kate Golden on December 10, 2007One Comment
  • Growing movement to change farming subsidies will affect the lives of farmers from Africa to the U.S.  [Associated Press]
  • A new kind of philanthropic travel lets wealthy vacationers do good works while still enjoying fancy hotels.  [New York Times]
  • A $40 million gift to revitalize a college town is met with some criticism.  [New York Times]
  • Study released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture ranks Oklahoma fifth worst in the nation in the level of food insecurity.  [Associated Press]
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