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Téa Leoni on "I Have A Dream" Foundation

Téa Leoni and CBS Cares encourage you to support the I Have A Dream Foundation.

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Tom Selleck on "I Have A Dream" Foundation

Tom Selleck and CBS Cares encourage you to support the I Have A Dream Foundation.

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Jeff Probst On Leroy Homer

Jeff Probst remembers Leroy Homer for Black History Month.

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Sheryl Underwood On Benjamin Banneker

Sheryl Underwood remembers Benjamin Banneker for Black History Month!

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Wayne Brady On Lorraine Hansberry

Wayne Brady remembers Lorraine Hansberry on Black History Month.

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In 2015, the CBS Television Network scheduled public service announcements ("PSAs") worth more than $200 million. A key part of this commitment was and continues to be the CBS Cares campaign, which was launched in 2000 and consists of PSAs featuring Talent from many CBS programs. These PSAs have addressed numerous causes, including Alcohol Abuse, Alzheimer's Disease, the Arts, Autism, Bipolar Disorder, Breast Cancer, Cervical Cancer, Child Abduction, Child Advocacy, Children's Health, Colon Cancer, Depression, Disaster Relief, Diversity/Tolerance, Drug Abuse, Education, Epilepsy, Heart Disease, HIV/AIDS, Holocaust Remembrance, Identity Theft, Menopause, Mentoring, Obesity, Osteoporosis, Parenting, Pet Adoption, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Prostate Cancer, Schizophrenia, Stroke Prevention, Suicide Prevention, Violence Prevention (including Spousal and Child Abuse) and the V-Chip...Read More