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RE: Kodak’s Response

I read the response from Kodak, and it’s basically irrelevant. What kind of organization puts its money and good name in the hands of People for the American Way? It is a controversial organization by any standard, and there are many other ways to help Black and Hispanic students. I can imagine that left-wing foundations love to use PFAW as a clearinghouse, but why is Kodak doing it? Do their shareholders support PFAW’s causes?

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Mr. Freddoso is the senior political reporter for the Evans-Novak Political Report.

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RE: Kodak’s Response

I read the response from Kodak, and it’s basically irrelevant. What kind of organization puts its money and good name in the hands of People for the American Way? It is a controversial organization by any standard, and there are many other ways to help Black and Hispanic students. I can imagine that left-wing foundations love to use PFAW as a clearinghouse, but why is Kodak doing it? Do their shareholders support PFAW’s causes?

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Mr. Freddoso is the senior political reporter for the Evans-Novak Political Report.

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