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Actor Sean Penn arrived in Haiti just days after a devastating earthquake killed more than 300,000 people and left another 1.5 million homeless. Two years later, he has established an organization called J/P HRO and is running a tent camp that provides housing for 20,000 residents. Watch a sneak ...
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Most people run from disaster, but Sean Penn seems to walk right into it, having been to Iraq, New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, and now Haiti. Watch as Sean describes why he's drawn to helping in dire situations and how he's found his purpose in life.
Actor and humanitarian Sean Penn is a man after Oprah's own heart. Along with a tent camp serving 20,000 displaced Haitians, his group, J/P HRO, set up a free school within it for nearly 500 children, from grades one through six. Take a tour of the School of Hope and meet one of its star pupils.
Sean Penn had a great childhood. Today, he has a life many people would envy. Still, he says he wrestles with a lot of angst. Watch Sean reveal what is behind his hostility.
Actor and humanitarian Sean Penn's divorce to actress Robin Wright was finalized in 2010. In this sneak peek, watch as he tells Oprah how being single has changed him in this sneak peek.
Actor and humanitarian Sean Penn's mission in Haiti has become a family effort. Watch as Sean reflects on how he began to see his son, Hopper, in a new light after his time in Haiti.
Actor and humanitarian Sean Penn says being in Haiti makes him feel like he's a part of the history of the world, including the eradication of poverty. Find out why he thinks the end of poverty is the empowerment of women.
In 2010, Sean Penn and Robin Wright divorced after 14 years of marriage. Watch as Sean explains how his work in Haiti helped him through the divorce and discusses what his relationship is like with Robin today.
While visiting a tent camp run by actor and humanitarian Sean Penn , Oprah meets two little girls building a play home out of cardboard. Watch as Oprah asks their father what his hope is for his daughters.