White House, "Chance for Peace" Speech - Dwight Eisenhower, Eisenhower Presidential Library, U.S. Embassy, History.com, May 29, 1959
The Chance for Peace speech, also known as the Cross of Iron speech, was an address given by U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower on April 16, 1953,…
Arms Spending, Defense, Eisenhower, Poverty, Priorities, Public Needs
First photo - UNICEF.
Second Photo - UNICEF/UNI161865/Holt, United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF), UNICEF, Second photo - 2015.
UNICEF promotes the rights and wellbeing of every child, in everything it does. Together with its partners, it works in 190 countries and territories…
Adolescence, Child Welfare, Children, Life-Cycle, Poverty, UNICEF, United Nations
J.E. Purdy, Millicent (Wilson) Hearts, Philanthropist, Library of Congress, 1906
Millicent Hearst (1882 - 1974) is best known for founding the Free Milk Fund for Babies in 1921. For decades, it helped provide milk to the poor…
Disability., Millicent Hearst, Philanthropy, Poverty, War, Women
US Aid, US AID - From the American People, US AID, None
"There is no escaping our obligations: our moral obligations as a wise leader and good neighbor in the interdependent community of free nations – our…
Development, International, Philanthropy, Poverty, US AID
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