Social Justice & Non-Profit Work

What can tragedy, a small town doctor, refugees from African and the hope for a better life create together? Find out in this short and informative interview with Dr. Chuck Radis on Game Changers that discusses the James Angelo Scholarship & South Sudan. Watch him reveal his moonshot hopes and the practical tasks that are making a difference.

Dr. Radis’ international work began in South Sudan after becoming involved with South Sudanese refugees in Portland Maine. He co-founded the Maine-African Partnership for Social Justice (www.mapsj.org) with his wife, Sandra Radis, and Dr. Daniel Crothers. Join us for this in-depth look beyond the headlines into the lives of South Sudanese leaders and the people with the privilege of working with them. I present to you Solidarity Song by Catherine Boyle.