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Peace Fund Radio #125

Years before rock singer and musician James Durbin began his successful recording and touring career as a contestant on AMERICAN IDOL, he was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome and Tourette Syndrome. On today’s show, James tells Adrian Paul and Ethan Dettenmaier about overcoming his disabilities to make music and to raise awareness and acceptance for children who live with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

And in our Hero of the Week segment, recently retired police officer Kyle Hummel explains how his 12-year-old son, Alex, founded Keystone Iron Warriors to pair service dogs with active-duty military personnel and military veterans living with the physical and emotional wounds of war.

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Peace Fund Radio #124

On this week’s episode, Adrian Paul and Ethan Dettenmaier add the role of teachers’ unions, the importance of great teachers, the benefits of a balanced curriculum, and the power of positive parental involvement to our ongoing education conversation.

And in my Hero of the Week segment, learn how Sabrina Hundal and her team of Science Girls inspire and empower young women around the world “to strive for excellence in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics” via conferences and an international mentoring program.

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Peace Fund Radio #123

Comedy writing titan, folk singer, and children’s musician Tracy Newman and otolaryngologist, attorney, and Kids Vision for Life and Peace Fund board member Raymund King join Adrian Paul and Ethan Dettenmaier in the studio to tackle testing in education.

And in my Hero of the Week segment, find out how Stefan Lyon has lived a literal lifetime of bringing learning opportunities to children in Kenya.

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