Are there different cultural patterns of giving among various ethnic groups in America? According to Dr. Eugene Miller, co-author of “Pathways for Change: Philanthropy Among African American, Asian American and Latino Donors in the New York Metropolitan Region,” there are differences. He dissects the cultural patterns of giving among these groups. (2909)
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