Kelsey Piper

staff writer at Vox’s Future Perfect, which focuses on doing good

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Staff writer at Vox.

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Now that the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale emails have trickled off, inboxes are probably now filled with another reminder.

On this Giving Tuesday, a look at how generosity helps people cope with their own anxiety

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When Beyond Meat first hit the market in 2014, few thought it would be a success. But Del Taco sold more than 2 million Beyond Meat tacos in two months.

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