These guys rock: meet men who take the lead in helping others
These guys rock: meet men who take the lead in helping others, Friday at 2PM EDST.
Fred Rogers said, “When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’”
Helping others doesn’t have to be your job—it might be a character trait or a calling, or something you simply decide to do—but whatever it is, when a crisis happens, these are the men who do something about it.
You can see last month’s discussion with Dr. Adam Sheck here on 5 Guys Talking: The Second Half of Manhood. This month, we’re having a panel this time with several invited guests, as well as our Premium Membership, and hosted by GMP Managing Editor Justin Cascio.
To join this event:
Join the GMP. You must be a Premium Member of The Good Men Project. See the Registration page for more details.
Request an invitation. Email email@example.com to request an invitation to the Hangout when it happens.
Circles. Once you’re a member, put Joanna Schroeder in your Google+ circles so you can receive the invitation to the Hangout, when it happens.
Be there. Be online Friday, May 17 at 2PM Eastern Time to join this live event.
This will be recorded and posted for free public viewing by all, but to be a part of the live discussion, you must be a member and follow the instructions above, as well as additional instructions that will be emailed to you with your confirmation.
Our invited guests:
David Wagner is an architect and missionary of over 30 years experience.
Kendall Ruth is a writer, photographer, and certified first responder, as well as a writer for the GMP.
Kile Ozier is a creative director, and a gay man who supported countless friends through the AIDS crisis in the 80s, finding beds for desperately ill men who were cast out of their homes. We’re also lucky to call him a writer for the GMP.
Miles Solay is the lead singer of activist rock group Outernational, about whom Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine said, “There’s part New York City Rock & Roll band in them, and then there’s the myriad of world music influences that drive these songs… Outernational is an uncompromisingly politically revolutionary band.¨
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