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Bill  Milliken
Bill Milliken
Bill Milliken has been a tireless advocate for disenfranchised youth and one of the foremost pioneers in the movement to connect schools with community resources to help troubled students graduate and succeed in life. Visit his Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/billmilliken.org

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Who Loves You, Baby? It was 1957 , and I was just about living at Nobbie’s Pool Hall in Wilkinsburg, a suburb of Pittsburgh, with a bunch of other “losers” called the... Comments
Honesty Heals Founder of Communities in Schools, Bill Milliken talks about his early years as a youth outreach worker in the streets of New York City in the 1960s... Comments
Grandfather’s Letter A Letter to My Grandchildren Dear Alexandra and Jack: Yes, I decided to write another book. I know you’re probably thinking, Now Pops is in really... Comments

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Hayhouse Doreen Virtue: Speaking to the Angels at I Can Do It!

https://www.hayhouse.com/authorbio.php?id=84&utm_id=3198 Doreen Virtue talks about how she came to grips with speaking to the angels. This was sho

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From the Rearview Mirror
From the Rearview Mirror

From the Rearview Mirror is the story of Bill Milliken's journey from an affluent Pittsburgh suburb to the streets of Harlem and the Lower East Side of New York City in the 1960s, on to communal livin

The Last Dropout
The Last Dropout

The Last Dropout offers nine key principles that Communities In Schools has tested over three decades. Interwoven are the dramatic life stories of CIS founder Bill Milliken and his colleagues, a journ