What do Speaker Craig Kielburger and the Super Bowl Have in Common?

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What do speaker Craig Kielburger, Co-Founder of Free The Children, and the Super Bowl have in common? They both air this Sunday, February 2nd.
The iconic television news magazine 60 Minutes will again feature Free The Children and Craig Kielburger this Sunday February 2nd at 7 PM ET/PT on CBS.
This updated airing of the 2012 special features correspondent Scott Pelley as he travels with students from St. Ann School in Connecticut, to Free The Children’s projects in Kenya to see the difference American youth are making around the world.

About Craig Kielburger

Craig Kielburger is a social entrepreneur, New York Times best-selling author, and syndicated columnist. He co-founded Free The Children in 1995 when he was 12-years-old. Today, he remains a full-time volunteer for the organization, which has become the world’s leading youth-driven charity. What began as a group of kids working out of a garage now has more than 1.7 million young people involved in its programs.

Free The Children provides comprehensive service-learning programs in North America, including its We Day celebrations attended annually by more than 160,000 students and teachers from over 4000 participating schools who earn their entry through service activities. Internationally, the organization works in eight developing countries providing a holistic and sustainable development model, including education, health care, food security, clean water, and alternative income programs. Free The Children programs include the construction of more than 650 schools and school rooms, and its health and clean water initiatives have empowered more than one million beneficiaries...

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Source: CBS News

Craig Kielburger: Co-Founder of the WE Movement, Advocate for Child Rights

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