Meet the latest philanthropists, reports the San Francisco Chronicle: Silicon Valley teens with innate computer networking skills, affluent family connections, and the one-click ability to bear witness to global poverty. For instance, a group of Kenyan orphans is tasting milk for the first time. On a train platform in India, teachers are giving lessons to children whose families force them to beg from passengers. And in Thailand, health workers are showing Burmese refugees how reduce their chances of contracting HIV. All three projects are largely funded by Bay Area students. "Their sense of justice is different than ours growing up,"


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