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From Notre Dame to Flint, Our Giving Exposes Who We Are

Wei Jia and Azadeh Shahshahani Colorlines
Authors Wei Jia and Project South’s Azadeh Shahshahani explore why the cathedral is being rebuilt by billionaires, but—five years after the water crisis began — Flint still doesn’t have safe water.

As Wealthy Give Smaller Share of Income to Charity, Middle Class Digs Deeper

Alex Daniels The Chronicle of Philanthropy
The wealthiest Americans—those who earned $200,000 or more—reduced the share of income they gave to charity by 4.6 percent from 2006 to 2012. Meanwhile, Americans who earned less than $100,000 chipped in 4.5 percent more of their income during the same time period.
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