How we can help end bullying among children in America
with Richard Kincaid
Richard Kincaid, a classically trained Chicago-based singer and former businessman who founded the BeCause Foundation, a not for profit organization that combines documentary films and outreach campaigns to start and strengthen social movements joins the show.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Richard Kincaid discuss the following:
- Why did you decide found the BeCause Foundation?
- How did BeCause get involved with the Bully movie?
- What are your thoughts on the controversy over the R rating?
- How do you believe we can help end bullying among children in America?
- BeCause is also involved in helping set up "121.Help me"- what is it?
- I understand you're also a rising music artist on the FMQB charts- tell me a little about that!
Richard Kincaid is a classically trained Chicago-based singer and former businessman and CEO of Equity Office Properties Trust, the nation’s largest publicly traded office real estate company. After having put aside his singing dreams for a long time, Kincaid recently decided to follow his passion and pursue music full time, currently promoting his latest single, "Ain't No Sunshine", a powerful cover of the Bill Whithers classic, which has recently reached the #15 position on the FMQB Hot AC Charts.
But, as he set about to finally fulfill his long set aside creative dreams, Kincaid, struck by the altruism of folks he met in the non-profit world, embraced his philanthropic side and founded the BeCause Foundation, a not for profit organization that combines documentary films and outreach campaigns to start and strengthen social movements. The documentaries the organization makes tackle such hot button issues as homelessness and healthcare, human rights in East Burma and sexual abuse of children.
BeCause Foundation: www.becausefoundation.org
Richard Kincaid: www.richardkincaidmusic.com