During his playing days, Chicago Bears icon and NFL Hall of Famer Mike Singletary was well known for both his incredible toughness and amazing acumen. Now the legendary linebacker is bringing the same traits which helped him dominate opposing offenses on the gridiron over to the social justice arena.
"Samurai Mike" is doing his part to help combat the global water crisis, a dire situation that will only worsen as the adverse effects of catastrophic climate change take hold of the Earth. Singletary is teaming up with Dr. Todd Phillips of The Last Well and his clean water crusade.
Their mission to to make Liberia the first developing country in the world to have border to border access to safe drinking water by 2020. We had an exclusive interview with the duo, via Skype, early Monday morning as they were on the Hope Floats barge in Lake Ray Hubbard; just outside of Dallas, Texas.
Read the full article by Paul M. Banks here.
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