Scientology Network’s VOICES FOR HUMANITY, the weekly series presenting heroic change makers from a variety of faiths, cultures and nations, working to uplift their communities, announces a new episode featuring the work of human rights activist Wil Seabrook.
VOICES FOR HUMANITY airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Scientology Network.
When rock-and-roll meets human rights, life-changing concerts inspire young people from around the world to get involved, and the rock star raising awareness is Wil Seabrook. Wil combines his passion for humanity and music, hitting the road to bring this message to kids (and their teachers) all around the world.
Growing up, Wil Seabrook witnessed a milestone in history that changed his life forever. Though he was born in the United States, he and his family were living in Germany on the day the Berlin Wall came down. It was a pivotal moment—sparking awareness for the power people can have when united for a common purpose under a banner of freedom. Though Wil eventually moved back to the States, that moment never left him.
As an adult, Wil pursued
a career in music as a singer-songwriter and worked with labels, both
independent and major, including Warner Bros.
But it was only when a friend asked him to write a song for the United
for Human Rights campaign that two passions combined into a singular purpose.
From there, Wil penned the song for Human Right #24, The Right to Play—one of 30
public service announcements. Out of this purpose, Wil founded a new
organization, Rock for Human Rights, a nonprofit committed to raising awareness
for the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. He performs live concerts at
schools across the country and around the world educating thousands of students
on their 30 inalienable human rights.
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