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Topic - Philanthropy Project
Eleven-year-old Zach Bonner started walking from Atlanta on April 11. Six hundred sixty-eight miles later, he ascended the steps of the U.S. Capitol.
"I received my entire musical education in the New York City public school system," composer Michael Kamen, who died in 2003, once said. "I had there my most incredible experience. While we were working on '[Mr.] Holland's Opus' I went back to [the] music and art [room] ... and in the room was a graveyard of musical instruments ... 400 or 500 violins, flutes, trombones, trumpets, oboes, everything piled up to the ceiling. And they were all broken and busted."
Meet Michael Guillen: scientist, author, Emmy winner and loving husband and father. He also is a child of God who doesn't talk about coincidences. For him, prayer, divine intervention and the golden rule are the simple facts of life, situated along the straight and narrow, that led him to his newest roles as philanthropist and film producer.