Duncan Campbell

Friends of the Children

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Founder of Friends of the Children, an award-winning, innovative, life-changing program for our most vulnerable youth

Duncan Campbell on KCRW

The widening gap between America’s haves and have-nots is usually expressed with hard data on the declining wages and incomes of working adults.

American Inequality: A Children's Story

The widening gap between America’s haves and have-nots is usually expressed with hard data on the declining wages and incomes of working adults.

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