, Salem, MA


May 18, 2013

Column: What charity can learn from journalism


I’m not saying we should not help anyone. One of the great things about the world is when disaster strikes we are quick to gather around and help. Just look at the tragedy in Boston. I’m just urging others to be careful about how we help. Because if we don’t, our good intentions will damn them as well.


Stephanie Francis ‘14 is a Gordon College communication arts and sociology double major from Boston who served as a journalism Fellow with the Gordon College News Service this spring.

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