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Picture Your Life. Picture How Quickly It Can Change.

By: Michelle Kuckelman
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Picture this. You’re driving in your neighborhood. Your phone beeps. You take your eyes off the road for just a second. What happens next…could be life-changing.

It’s hard to envision a moment like that until you experience it. And we don’t want that to happen. So we’re bringing it to life—virtually.

Teen Asks, Before You Send That Hurtful Text,`Is This Something Your Mother Would Be Proud Of?’

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Meet Daily Point of Light Award honoree Trisha Prabhu. Read her story and nominate an outstanding volunteer or organization as a Point of Light.

When Trisha Prabhu read about a 12-year-old Florida girl who killed herself after being taunted mercilessly online, the news shook her. 

The Business Case for Social Leadership: Companies Protest Indiana and Arkansas Laws - The Minute

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Protests against laws in Indiana and Arkansas that could allow discrimination against gay couples are coming from a broad spectrum of the business community. Tech companies like Apple, Salesforce.com, Twitter, Yelp, and Square, not known for their public engagement with social issues, have spoken out against the laws. Business-as-usual NASCAR and the NCAA, which is headquartered in Indianapolis, have voiced their concern. Eli Lilly and Angie’s List, both also headquartered in Indianapolis, have announced their opposition.

CSR and Social Media: Making Connections @TWC

Leveraging Twitter to tell CSR Stories
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At Time Warner Cable, we aim to connect our customers to what matters most. That includes connecting customers back to us and what we do. One way TWC links customers to products, services and community efforts is through social media. In addition to company news and updates, TWC’s regional Twitter handles tell stories that reflect our local community initiatives, 140-characters at a time.

Jane Lynch and Hilary Swank to Co-host FOX's Animal Rescue Special

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On Thanksgiving Day, November 27th, FOX Broadcasting will present Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular, a two-hour special from executive producer Michael Levitt and two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank. The special will raise awareness for dog shelters and rescue groups around the U.S. and will feature appearances from top Hollywood talent. Viewers will also receive information regarding adoptable animals in their local communities. Swank and Emmy Award winner Jane Lynch are set to co-host.
 

STAR India Demonstrates the Role of Media in Driving Social Change

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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.

Philadelphia Residents to be Rewarded for Keeping Their City Beautiful

Five Residents to Win Monthly SEPTA Passes
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October 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ - What: Keep Philadelphia Beautiful and Recyclebank are rewarding residents for the little things they do each and every day to help make Philadelphia a great place to live.

Your Tweet, Pledge or App Download Could Save a Life

The Texting & Driving ... It Can Wait campaign was created in 2010 to fight the ever-growing issue of texting behind the wheel.
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Since then, we’ve been sharing that message in many ways:

STAR India's Groundbreaking Social Awareness Show Will Return on October 5th

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After its groundbreaking first season in 2012 and a successful second season earlier this year, STAR India's hit series Satyamev Jayate, or "Truth Alone Prevails," will return with new episodes on Sunday, October 5th. In addition, STAR will also premiere SMJ Live, a series of live specials in which viewers can interact with host Aamir Khan directly through social media.

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