Be The Change
An empowerment segment designed to inspire viewers to take action, Be the Change showcases the softer side of industry giants, focusing on their positive contributions to society at large. These companies have incorporated social responsibility into their core values, undertaking philanthropic endeavors that often go unsung. When the private sector partners with others toward social responsibility, serving their communities and enacting sustainable, global change, viewers are inspired to do likewise.
Dr. Sameer Hinduja joins the show to talk about his research on cyberbullying, and how to prevent and address bullying at home and at school.
Ayel Morgenstern, a 7-year-old difference-maker, is painting 17 "Sunny Seats" to honor the 17 victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.
We Dine Together, a completely student-led anti-bullying movement, was founded by Denis Estimon, who felt especially isolated at lunch when he moved to the U.S. from Haiti in first grade.
Olga Villaverde and Julie Moran sit down with two exceptional youths taking a stand against bullying, buoyed by an organization called Be Strong.
Because Lucara gives back 55% of the revenue it earns from diamonds to the people of Botswana, every child in Botswana receives a free education.
Lucara Diamond emphasizes a healthy and safe work environment and creating a positive economic and social impact on local communities where they operate.
Natural diamonds are among the hardest and most ancient substances on earth—some specimens were formed three billion years ago.
Diamonds are not only one of the world's rarest and most valuable gemstones, but they positively impact the regions in which they're mined.
Karen Rentmeesters of Antwerp World Diamond Centre and Lucara CEO Eira Thomas discuss corporate global responsibility in diamond mining.