The Fastest-Growing Religion in the 21st Century
Andrew Chalmers’ work as a software company CEO brought him from his home in London, England, to South Asia 15 years ago. The extent of abuse he observed, man’s inhumanity to man, had a tremendous impact on him. And his passion for a better world led him to champion human rights as the solution.
LONDON, ENGLAND •
UK TV Reality star Adam Kelly talks about the effect drugs had on his life and his role now as Ambassador of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World.
MAURITIUS, AFRICA •
Choolun Bhojoo, Deputy Commissioner of the Mauritius Police, is determined to wipe out his island nation’s drug epidemic. With the help of Foundation for a Drug-Free World he has mobilized the police throughout the southern sector of the island as a massive force to help youth avoid falling prey to the scourge of drug abuse.
DETROIT, MICHIGAN •
Allison Folmar, Civil Rights Attorney, defending the rights of parents to protect their children.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK •
James Rocky Robinson, Commanding Officer of the Bedford Stuyvesant Volunteer Ambulance Corps, describes the partnership forged between the members of his ambulance corps and the Scientology Volunteer Ministers.
BAJA, CALIFORNIA •
John Redman, Executive Director of Californians for Drug-Free Youth, helping Baja youth escape the grip of drug cartels.