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April 03, 2008

Dr. Susan Raymond: 'For What?'

Dr. Susan Raymond’s challenge to the attendees at Changing Our World's fifth annual Summit onPhilanthropy in New York to question the effectiveness of both their organizations and the goals of the sector. More than 300 philanthropists, nonprofit executives, and foundation managers filled the Yale Club on March 11th, joining in a spirited day-long discussion on trends in giving and social ventures.

Video: National Autism Month

Like two lines on a path destined to cross, National Autism Month (April) arrives just as the story of Michelle Cedillo reaches national attention.

Michelle's parents as well several thousand other parents are confronting the medical establishment in court in an argument that childhood vaccines are catalyzing, if not causing, the development of autism in children. Doctors say the development is coincidence, that is, since most children receive their vaccines during the ages autism is known to develop; parents on the other hand don't believe its merely coincidence, but that it may be the cause.

Read more about Michelle Cedillo here.

Also, as part of their Adopt the Red Flags of Autism campaign, The Early Intervention Network (www.actearly.org) has put together a PSA that is now being featured at DoGooder TV. See it here:


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