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Stephen B. Soumerai and Matthew W. Gillman

City Year's unhealthy corporate ties

By Stephen B. Soumerai and Matthew W. Gillman
July 21, 2007

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CITY YEAR, the brainchild of Michael Brown and Alan Khazae, is like an urban Peace Corps. Every year, about 1,000 17- to 24-year-old men and women serve at least 1,700 hours in cities and schools, often in low-income urban areas, in the United States and South Africa. City Year volunteers do demanding work like cleaning parks and painting schools and ... (Full article: 571 words)

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