Brown to raise $10M for urban schools

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PROVIDENCE – Brown University will raise a $10 million endowment for Providence schoolchildren, as part of its response to last fall’s report by the university’s Steering Committee on Slavery and Justice, President Ruth J. Simmons announced Saturday. The money, to be called The Fund for the Education of the Children of Providence, will be invested…

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