Make Me Care About
There are so many things clamoring for our attention and it’s hard to distill which issues are important…or why we should care. In partnership with The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Make Me Care About explores topics that have deep importance and impact in the world…yet you may have never thought twice about, such as garbanzo beans, ninth grade, iodized salt, your kid’s friend circle, and…poop.
You will hear the case as to why you should care from champions who are creating solutions that address inequities and…help people reach their potential to lead healthy, productive lives. Not only will you learn something new, but, who knows, you might end up feeling a bit more hopeful, too.
Make Me Care About is produced by Magnificent Noise in partnership with The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
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