I briefly talk about the revival of the show in a new format and some changes to come. Thank you all so much for continuing to be subscribed to my show as well as welcome all the new people who have found their way here!
In the newest episode, I interview Erin, Reuben, and Oscar, the youth activists behind Activate 16, an organization campaigning for empowering youth in politics.Twitter: @16ActivateWebsite: http://16activate.com/
This episode features Kevin Barba, a veteran who hosts The Unwavering, a podcast dedicated to supporting service members, past and present, by sharing experiences, benefits, and resources them empower and educate.
In this episode, I talk with Lindsey Ringeling, an autism and Tourettes advocate that uses Tik Tok as a platform to share education and awareness.Lindsey's Tik Tok: @linzrinzzLink to support her fundraiser for Coalition to Stop Violence Against
In this episode, I talk with Jenna Spinelle of the McCourtney Institute for Democracy at Penn State, a research center which looks at what it means to live in a democracy. Jenna spends much of her time on the podcast, Democracy Works.Democracy
In this episode, I talk with Tonya Dipilla, who works with Canine Partners for Life. An organization that trains and matches service dogs with individuals seeking these companions.Website – k94life.orgFacebook – Canine Partners for LifeTwitter
In this episode, I talk with Veronica Kirin, a serial entrepreneur who works now a consultant and coach working specifically with LGBT entrepreneurs on how to be disruptive in their markets.Website: https://veronicakirin.com/Social Media: @vmki
An important note for this episode, there is some very open and honest conversation about serious mental health issues, and if you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
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In the final part of the mini-series with Fridays for Future, I talk with Ari Rubenstein. Ari is a youth activist who helped to start the Mother Earth Project with his dad and is also involved with Parachutes for the Planet Project.
In part 2 of our mini-series with Fridays for Future, I talk with Grace Yang. Grace is a 15-year-old Asian American climate activist who first picked up a sign in 2015, she also works with the Sunrise Movement.
In the first part of our 3 part series with Fridays for Future, our guest is Bridget Lord, a 16-year-old climate activist from Massachusetts who finds herself continually involved with a number of organizations while still balancing school.