Amplifying your message online. Ryan Foland talks to Topeka K. Sam, speaker, advocate and the founder and executive director of ‘The Ladies of Hope Ministries’. She has been working relentlessly to get the voices of women heard, especially those of color and in prison, with the aim of resolving their issues and to change the way the legal system works.
In this episode of our COVID-19 special series, Ryan and Topeka talk about the gender inequality and racial injustices that have plagued our communities, and how now, under the current circumstance, the entire country is talking on this topic. Topeka shares about how she started her journey and the motivation behind talking about racial injustice.
One of the key messages in this interview is how, as speakers and as people of influence, we can use the platforms, especially digital platforms, that we have, to amplify messages that will change the U.S.A. and the way that people think.
Tune in for an interview chock full of insights on the power of visual representation, and how to pivot to virtual and adapt in these testing times of COVID-19.