THE FASTEST-GROWING RELIGION IN THE 21ST CENTURY
MANGERE, NEW ZEALAND •
Thomas Henry, Chairman of the Mangere Maori Wardens Association, is on a personal crusade to eliminate drug-related devastation and eradicate drug abuse among Maori youth. Through a joint Maori Warden/Church of Scientology campaign some 400,000 copies of The Truth About Drugs booklets have been distributed in New Zealand, made possible by the generous contributions of members of the Church of Scientology. “The resources that we’re getting from the Church of Scientology are helping our community and right across New Zealand. It’s touching a lot of people’s lives—even saving people’s lives.”
CLEARWATER, FLORIDA •
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA •
New Mexico State Representative Nora Espinoza discusses her dedicated fight against the psychiatric medication of children.
CLEARWATER, FLORIDA •
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.
OJAI, CALIFORNIA •
VILLA VICTORIA, MEXICO •
LAKE ARRESØ, DENMARK •
EAST SUSSEX, UNITED KINGDOM •
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.
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.
Allison Folmar, Civil Rights Attorney, defending the rights of parents to protect their children.
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.
John Redman, Executive Director of Californians for Drug-Free Youth, helping Baja youth escape the grip of drug cartels.