Children who read "humane" literature are more likely to grow up to be "humane" adults, former Boeing Company vice chairman and board member Malcolm Stamper told an audience at the Family Program and Brunch at the Spring Session. After his retirement from Boeing, Stamper founded Storytellers, Ink, which publishes children's books about "friendly beasts." He later developed a national nonprofit education program called "Operation Outreach-U.S.A." The Family Brunch and Program was sponsored by The NutraSweet Company and Nutricia, Inc.

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