July 2, 2014

If you've ever shared an inspiring aphorism on social media, odds are high that Bryant McGill wrote it. The best-selling author, speaker, and activist joins Adrian Paul and Ethan Dettenmaier today to share his expertise in self-development, personal freedom, and human rights against the backdrop of a vigorous and informative discussion about how children are unfortunately the first victims of war. Later, Bryant helps us welcome solo artist and Supreme Susaye Greene to talk about their upcoming Los Angeles event to benefit youth initiatives with the healing powers of music and peace.

Meanwhile, there are 600 million people under the age of 25 in Africa, and that number is on track to double by 2045. But without the right opportunities, too many of these young people fall into lives as prostitutes, criminals, and soldiers to survive. Peace Fund Radio Hero of the Week Timothy Machasio turned the grief he felt over his brother's murder by robbers in 2007 into a quest to deliver empowerment via education and employment. Learn about the victories this incredible young Kenyan man is helping his fellow African teens achieve via his Teen Entrepreneurship Summits and the Oyama Fund to "develop the ideas of African youth into businesses that address social challenges and alleviate unemployment." It's all in a day's work on this latest episode of Peace Fund Radio.