They aren't just looking for donations, but also to engage an army of do-gooders to change the world.
The brothers and Joyal have toured with the Dalai Lama and appeared with Bishop Desmond Tutu.
They've been on "We call ourselves accidental activists," Marc Kielburger says.
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The couple's intention tonight is not only to encourage parents to make their children care and act, but also to consider getting involved themselves."We are really going to change Africa," he insists. was going to get your parent's credit card to make a contribution or collect money or spare change.
They've made enough of a difference already that there's no going back.
Canada's drama over, Kielburger decided to leave Ottawa and travel through Thailand's slums. At that time, Marc's younger brother, Craig, all of 12, was touring sweatshops in India.
On return, he began Free the Children and became its public face, appearing first on the national, then the international stage.
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That’s why, even if your own fantasies may be much tamer than those in the list above, you’ll still conjure up random real-world people when you masturbate: your buddy’s sister, the HR rep who sits three cubicles down, or your seventh grade teacher.