A Man Called Charlie

City: Saint John
Director: Colleen Furlotte
Genre: Lifestyle

He is a man of fierce passion and purpose, a renegade, a disruptor, a revolutionary - all in the name of social change. Charles Burrell is the founder of The Humanity Project. He is on a hardcore mission to end hunger and homelessness in his community. Moreover, he is doing it his own way.

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Episodes

Episode 1

For over six years, Charlie has been working tirelessly to improve the lives of Moncton's vulnerable population, and facing adversity along the way. This is a man of unwavering resolve who doesn't scare easy.

Episode 2

Journey back to earlier days with Charlie and how a backpack inspired a movement that changed a community.

Episode 3

Homelessness, hunger and drug addiction continue to rise in Moncton but the flame in Charlie's belly burns hotter.

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