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Help Us Report On The American Red Cross
by Justin Elliott
ProPublica, Jul. 15, 2014, 5:38 pm

ProPublica is reporting on how the American Red Cross operates and how it spent donations after Hurricane Sandy and other disasters. We've already published one story, for example, on how the Red Cross won't disclose how it spent money after Sandy because it's a "trade secret."  If you have information about or experience with the Red Cross -- as an employee, volunteer, or someone who has received services from the charity, for example -- email

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