Dr. Little Donating Book Proceeds To Vietnamese Orphanage
A disparity in earning power can make it more difficult for an English professor to financially support a cause than, say, a doctor, lawyer or C.E.O.
Nevertheless, Joseph Little, Ph.D., may have found a way to circumvent those economics.
The associate professor of English at Niagara University will donate all of the author royalties from the first 10 years of sales of his forthcoming memoir –Letters from the Other Side of Silence – to the Friendship Village, a Vietnamese orphanage.
Founded in 1992 by American veteran George Mizo, Friendship Village (located in Hanoi, Vietnam) serves as a home, school and clinic for approximately 120 children and young adults living with moderate to severe disabilities owing to Agent Orange.