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Philanthropy conference focuses on educating children

Menino urges freeing up funds

Mayor Thomas M. Menino with George Russell Jr., president of State Street Foundation, and others at the Black Philanthropy 'Building Stronger Communities' Conference. Mayor Thomas M. Menino with George Russell Jr., president of State Street Foundation, and others at the Black Philanthropy "Building Stronger Communities" Conference. (GEORGE RIZER/GLOBE STAFF)
By Christopher Baxter
Globe Correspondent / June 24, 2008

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Mayor Thomas M. Menino urged leaders of black community organizations to work together more closely and consolidate administrative functions to free up more money for educating Boston's youngest, most vulnerable children. (Full article: 366 words)

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