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15 People that make America great - Newsweek 6/26/06


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  • 15 People that make America great - Newsweek 6/26/06

    The July 3-July 10 issue (on newsstands Monday, June 26) in a special double issue, Newsweek launches its annual "The Giving Back Awards" in recognition of people and organizations who use fame, fortune, heart and soul to help others. A New Orleans hospice nurse, a retired librarian and two Yale grads on list with Brad Pitt, Target and Soledad O'Brien. Plus: Jonathan Alter on Karl Rove and Iraq, the divided Democrats, NASCAR broadcasting and an interview with 'Superman Returns' director. (PRNewsFoto/NEWSWEEK)
    Michael O'Neill for Newsweek

    Star Power: Pitt has lured attention to humanitarian issues

    Brad Pitt
    Los Angeles

    He lured the paparazzi to Africa, where people really needed the attention.
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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