Unprecedented Donations Following Terror Attacks

Tuesday, October 16, 2001

These organizations are working with one another, and with State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, to figure out a way to distribute the money fairly. In Oklahoma City, after the bombing there, city and state officials asked the Oklahoma City Community Foundation to organize charitable efforts. Groups met once a week to discuss each case. WNYC's Amy Eddings spoke with executive director Nancy Anthony about what lessons New York might learn from that city's experience with enormous tragedy.

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