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There's no doubt that Americans are famous for their generosity. For the first time in history, annual charitable giving in recent years has exceeded $300 billion dollars—and it’s not just millionaires and billionaires doing the giving. Some people are learning that power in numbers can be a potent vehicle for change.
Meet the African-American Women Giving Circle. Comprised of women from different backgrounds and professions, they are united by the passion to make a difference. My Generation’s Doris McMillon takes us inside this generous circle where the spreading of wealth, time and talents is always on topic.
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