On Sunday, October 5th, STAR India's groundbreaking social awareness series Satyamev Jayate returned for its third season. With their discussions of road safety, the LGBT community, and the positive impacts of sports, the new episodes have continued to deliver on SMJ's commitment to address India's most pressing social concerns, and by introducing a new live show, STAR is working more than ever to make sure its audience can have their voices heard.
MINNEAPOLIS, October 8, 2014 /3BL Media/ —Walden University’s annual Global Days of Service, a worldwide weeklong volunteer celebration, underscores the university’s mission of social change by encouraging all members of its community to get involved and make a difference.
Walden University Ph.D. in Health Services student is working to help improve livelihoods and build hope for underprivileged children and families in rural communities of Uganda.
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Born into an uneducated and improvised family with 18 siblings in a remote village in central Uganda, Bakali Mukasa's parents sturggled to sufficiently apply for the family's basic needs. As his siblings all dropped out of school, Bakali challenged himself to continue with education as he believed it was the pathway to a better future. At the age of 9, he walked five miles to and from farms to collect water on his head for sale to raise tuition.
Walden University M.S. in Mental Health Counseling student, works to improve healthcare for LGBT individuals and their families.
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Jeff Lubsen had wanted to be a psychologist since he was in the fifth grade but situations earlier in his life derailed his passion. When he again decided to proceed with this career path, he knew that his current career would be about making sure that mental healthcare and other healthcare providers are culturally competent and there is no significant disparity in the quality and accessibility of healthcare to minority populations, sexual minorities in particular.
Funding supports 15-passenger van to serve more than 700 youth each year
July 31, 2014 /3BL Media/ - In support of Detroit youth development through athletic, academic and leadership programs, The Sam Bernstein Law Firm has partnered with CBS EcoMedia to help Detroit PAL offer safe, reliable transportation to the children served by its programs. Through funding provided by The Sam Bernstein Law Firm, Detroit PAL is able to expand the access of its programs to more youth in Detroit through the purchase of a 15-passenger van.