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Meryl Streep Donates 10,000 to Viola Davis

After Meryl Streep‘s shocking win over Viola Davis at the Oscars this past Sunday, Streep decided to give Viola an irreplaceable present in the form of a 10,000 dollar check to Viola’s favorite school. In the end Viola Davis picked a charter school from her hometown of Central Falls, R.I., and on Monday morning founder [...] Meryl Streep Donates 10,000 to Viola Davis is a post from: The In
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