Granny D, aka Doris Haddock, died last month at the age of 100. At 89, this activist undertook a journey most of us will never even contemplate, let alone complete — she walked across the United States to bring attention to a corrupt, corporate-driven political system.
For a young woman in the 1980s, working in the business world meant typing and serving coffee for the boss. At least if Dolly Parton’s iconic movie “9 to 5” was any kind of reflection of the times. But I guess Elaine Nadeau must have missed that movie because instead she just “poured herself a cup of ambition” and opened her own business instead.
Artist, musician and TV host of “Give Your Walls Some Soul” talks about how pursuing your passion is vital to your happiness and your health.
“The most potent way to tell a story is first, to have lived it. And if you’ve lived it then you’re speaking the truth. And when you speak the truth, a listener will feel that it’s true. Therefore, your story will be more contagious.” — Daniel Lanois Daniel Lanois is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and record […]
Peter Gabriel is an extremely passionate musician and songwriter who has earned international acclaim, not only for his music but also for his human rights work and his promotion of world music.
Twenty-eight years ago, the first case of AIDS was diagnosed in Australia. Dr. Basil Donovan, a world expert on sexual health, was on the frontline.