It's Thursday! That means it's time for our Global Activism segment. Each Thursday, we talk with a person who decided to make the world a better place.Today, we catch up with one of our Global Activists, Maribeth Joy, executive director of CircEsteem.
It’s time for our Global Activism series. Each Thursday, we hear about a person who’s decided to work to make the world a better place.And former high school teacher, Elizabeth Powley, believes that “every child has the right to learn.”
On today's Global Activism segment, photojournalist Paola Gianturco discusses the new, international activist grandmother movement she documents in her photographic book, Grandmother Power: A Global Phenomenon.
“The Expo is an opportunity for people to see their community and their world as a caring, thoughtful, and generous place,” says emcee Jerome McDonnell. “Join us as we make a difference with our love, respect, and compassion.”
Thursday on Worldview: Dr. Zaher Salhoul talks about his group’s efforts to treat the wounded inside Syria and in the refugee camps in Turkey and Jordan; the Rainforest Rescue Coalition describes their mission to conserve and protect rainforest land around the world.
Shanghai-based contributor Robert Price and economist Betsey Stevenson explain why income and material wealth don’t necessarily correlate with a sense of well-being and Milos Stehlik checks in from Cannes.
The Voices and Faces project documents the stories of survivors of sexual violence. One recent effort took them to Mexico, where they interviewed women who were the victims of rape and torture at the hands of Mexican police.