Brooklyn songstress Shara Worden, aka My Brightest Diamond, discusses the global environmental and humanitarian problems created by the United States shipping its trash overseas.
Brooklyn singer Jen Chapin discusses the mission of World Hunger Year (WHY), an organization founded by her father Harry Chapin in 1975 to explore solutions for poverty and hunger on a local, grassroo...
UK singer-songwriter Jack Savoretti discusses a two-week UNICEF sponsored trip to Romania and how it changed the way he looked at the world.
New York singer-songwriter Nellie McKay makes a compelling case for a vegetarian lifestyle, citing both global warming and the treatment of workers at factory farms as reasons to make the switch.
Canadian singer-songwriter Dallas Green of City and Colour discusses his involvement with the charity Skate 4 Cancer and the responsibility of artists to use their names to help bring attention to cau...
Reknowned bhangra DJ Rekha discusses her work with Breakthrough.tv, an organization that uses media, education and pop culture to promote the values of dignity equality and justice.
Australian rockers The Kin discuss their work with a program called "Thirst Things First" run by Charitywater.org, a group dedicated to bringing safe, clean drinking water to people in need....
Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls discusses the disconnect between Americans' tolerance of homosexuality and their refusal to grant gay couples the right to marry.
Eric Bachmann of indie rock band Crooked Fingers points the finger at American ignorance of how exploitation of the third world supports our high standard of living
Canadian singer-songwriter Raine Maida discusses his support for War Child International, a group that works to help children affected by armed conflict