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Live A Damn Radio Welcomes Eco Model Summer Rayne Oakes And More

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It’s Thursday, which means it’s time for another episode of Live a Damn Radio.

Live a Damn is a weekly digital radio program that spotlights the many world-changers who are raising the bar on social consciousness and taking meaningful action to create change. Whether we’re chatting with altruistic celebrities, everyday heroes or hardworking organizations, Live a Damn showcases those who are going above and beyond to make the world a better place. What’s more, with special Live a Damn Celebrity Countdown each week, it’s perfect for Ecorazzi readers.

Today on the show, we chat with eco model, author, television host, and CEO of Source4Style Summer Rayne Oakes. Later, our Live a Damn Citizen Rockstar Mark Horvath joins us to talk about InvisiblePeople.tv – a project to help put a face to homelessness in America. And finally, founder and executive director of the 9thirty Theatre Company – one of the world’s first green theatre companies — Jeff Burroughs explains how he fused a career with his passion for a social cause.

Sound like something you’d like? Listen to the show after the jump or visit LiveADamn.com. And remember, it’s good to give a damn, but it’s better to Live a Damn!



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