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88Nine Radio Milwaukee

Today's stream is sponsored by Maxie's

I Am Japanese

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What could one person with very little money do to help thousands of people suffering on the other side of the world?  More that you'd think...

This morning Jordan sat down with Michael Coleman, founder and director of IAMJAPANESE.org.    A website dedicated to positively supporting the people affected by the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on March 11, 2011 and its aftermath. 

This site is using social media to bring support the relief effort.

"We think the internet and social media is a great way to reach out to people in a huge way. We also know that the people of Japan will need the world's support for more than just a couple weeks, and with your participation we hope to keep support strong for as long as it takes. We also know that social media is a great way to get businesses involved. We'll occasionally post a message when we get a new sponsor or reach a pledge goal, and we hope that you'll check out our sponsor's business. We're definitely not about advertising, but we do hope you'll support companies with hearts and generous as yours."

Want to find out more?  Visit www.iamjapanese.org.

TO hear more with Michael, listen below...