Students for Global Change, Bully-Proofing Schools, Art House Coffee, and More, August 2013

On this episode of Impact, Young minds meet in St. Louis to find solutions to some of the world’s biggest problems, all under the direction of former President Bill Clinton. A Maplewood coffee house is using its profits to help developmentally disabled adults create artwork that helps them both physically and emotionally. Schools are back in session and that means bully’s are back in school. Cleveland NJROTC High School shares its anti-bullying program to tackle this bad behavior, putting students in charge of their actions. Plus, see how donating your old worn out of shoes could help enrich the lives of thousands of people in some of the world’s poorest countries.

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Students for Global Change, Bully-Proofing Schools, Art House Coffee, and More, August 2013

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