Snapshot of Federal funding of Ivy League projects:
1. Climate Change Games (Columbia, $5.70M) -
online videogame where you listen to voicemails from 50-years in the future describing how the earth has been destroyed by Climate Change. Play here
2. Recession Inspired video game (Dartmouth, $137,530) - game called Layoff -
you are charged with firing as many people as quickly as possible - until you get a bank bailout. Bankers cannot be fired, because businesses need their government bailout monies through the bankers. Play here
3. $24M in Small Business Administration grants to UPENN - that's not small business.
4. $13M in National Arts/Humanities grants - chamber music, Asian Art, classical opera. The Ivies have a $120 BILLION endowment for this stuff!
SEX GRANTS -- $10M federal funding -- some samples:
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY: High-Use Alcohol Venues - Tourism, Sex Work and HIV in the Dominican Republic $433,597
BROWN UNIVERSITY: Conditional cash transfers to prevent sexually transmitted infections in Mexico $53,419.00
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY: Online Partnering of Heterosexuals and HIV Risk $1,868,077.00
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY: Sexual Behaviors, Sexual Networks and Reproductive Health in Malawi $170,922.00
YALE UNIVERSITY: Training in Drug Abuse & HIV Prevention for Female & Transgender Sex Workers $335,130.00
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY: Sexual Risk Behavior Among men who have sex with men in South African Townships $85,796.00
Learn more: Read our OpenTheBooks report, here
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