Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Multi-Million Netflix Deal Stalled Amid Unprecedented Hollywood Writers' Strike
This post includes content assisted by AI. Hollywood's current writers' strike is causing quite a ruckus for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, throwing their Netflix projects into a state of disarray. As part of their whopping £80million deal with Netflix, the Sussexes have already churned out two documentaries: 'Harry and Meghan' and 'Live to Lead,' both released in December last year. Now, however, their plan for a third docuseries, this time focusing on humanitarian issues in South Africa, is hitting some serious speed bumps.
The Unsung American Hero Who Traveled to Ukraine to Care for Abandoned Pets
A twenty-eight-year-old man named Jeff Praul volunteered to help with the ongoing war in Ukraine. Praul waited tables at a restaurant in Maryland before venturing into this selfless service. It took him only three days after the first Russian bomb landed in Ukraine to make up his mind about taking on the noble task of moving to Ukraine to help in whatever way he could.
A Ticking Time Bomb: Title 42's Termination and the Impending Migrant Crisis at the US-Mexico Border
The following information is for 2023. It is for educational purposes. This post includes content assisted by AI. As the US prepares for the end of Title 42, a policy linked to the COVID-19 pandemic allowing the quick expulsion of many migrants, the US-Mexico border is experiencing a significant surge in migrants, mainly from Venezuela. This surge comes amid concerns that the end of immigration limits under Title 42 might result in even more migrants trying to cross the southern border.
New memoir from Medical Teams International founder details how he went from abuse victim to global Good Samaritan
In his new memoir, “Unchained: A Man’s Journey from Abuse to Healing to Saving Lives,” Ron Post readily admits he should not be the founder of a global medical humanitarian organization. He never envisioned receiving the National Jefferson Award for being a changemaker or being named one of “America’s Unsung Heroes” by Newsweek magazine. According to Post, he was a simple businessman with a family when an evening news story forever altered his life.
SEWA's Kickoff Event Kicks off to a Splendid Start
Sewa's Kickoff Event Kicks off to a Splendid Start. Sewa International's (www.Sewausa.org) key focus is to significantly impact our everyday neighborhood by providing family/child welfare, disaster recovery, and promoting volunteerism. This strive for excellence was highlighted through the 2023 Sewa LEAD Kickoff event for the Chicago Chapter held in the Mall of India banquet hall on Jan 21, 2023. LEADS and parents came together to wrap up the successful 2022 chapter and start welcoming new and returning leads for the 2023 one.
Jimmy Carter: A life of good intentions and unfulfilled promises
Jimmy Carter, the longest living president, recently entered hospice care at the age of 98. Despite the wide range of accomplishments he achieved during his term in the White House, he is not remembered as one of the great American presidents. His tenure was marked by economic hardship and foreign policy struggles, yet his legacy is still remembered and respected. In this article, we’ll explore the life and legacy of Jimmy Carter, from his humble beginnings in segregated rural Georgia, to his post-presidential work in humanitarian causes.
Angelina Jolie, Actress Turned Humanitarian - Here are some of her memorable humanitarian efforts.
UNHCR special envoy Angelina Jolie meets a young Syrian refugees in the bekaa valley, LebanonPhoto byUNHCR/ J. Tanner. Angelina Jolie, an ex-partner to Brad Pitt, is the star of several blockbuster movies. Among them are Girl Interrupted and Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Coincidentally, this was where she met Pitt. But perhaps her most well-known portrayal was as the buxom Lara Croft in the Tomb Raider films. During the shooting of the first movie, much of which was shot on locations in Cambodia, Jolie came to witness the beautiful environment, immersive culture, and rampant poverty in the nation. She says this opened her eyes and was her stepping stone into humanitarian work.
Meet DR Rawson Author and Philanthropist
DR Rawson is a Vietnam Veteran. He served in the war after explicitly asking to go to war like his father and grandfather and his great grandfather did. He wanted to uphold the family name and values. DR wants to make sure that the name he leaves behind for his six children and fifteen grandchildren is something they can be proud of. He started to write books to tell his life story for his family. DR is not a doctor although many people misunderstand that and call him a doctor anyway. DR is his name. The name comes from a family tradition his father and grandfather had shortened names that look like initials as well. He is a proud American and you can see that immediately on our video chat with the American flag displayed on his back wall. DR owned many organizations throughout his life and also supported veterans, people dealing with homelessness, and children needing heart surgeries.
Wilken, O’Shea TalkAcquisition of HS Pharmaceuticals And What It Means For The Future Of XCRT (via SmallCapVoice)
CEO Mike of O’Shea of Xcelerate, Inc., a development stage startup focused on the development of cutting-edge medtech applications, met with SmallCapVoice.com to discuss the recent appointment of a new board member and the acquisition of a rather sizeable patent portfolio.