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Minority students get Four A's grants

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Four A's Foundation, New York, said it granted 19 scholarships worth a total of $170,000 to multicultural students studying the advertising creative arts at five creative portfolio schools. The scholarship program is among the initial activities of the foundation, which was created last year to enable the American Association of Advertising Agencies to accept charitable donations. Recipients must have received an undergraduate degree, be African-American, Asian- American, Hispanic-American or Native American and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Donors to the scholarship program include Advertising Age.

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