Are you in need of a little inspiration? Well, you've come to the right place. Young people are being the change they want to see in the world, and these are their stories. Will you join them? For more information, check out @bethechangepodcast on Instagram or email email@example.com.
Change comes when you stay consistent. Alisha Aslam is an intersectional activist focusing on educating people about Islamophobia. To get connected with Alisha, check out her Instagram at @alishaaslam_.
Change comes at the intersections. Riya Goel is the author of The Gen-Z Book: The A to Z About Gen-Z as well as an intersectional activist. To check out Riya's book, visit https://www.amazon.com/Gen-Z-Book-about/dp/1636768261.
Change comes when you look inward. Anjali Chadha is the founder of the nonprofit Empowered which is teaching young women of color technology skills while helping businesses. For more information about Empowered, visit https://getempowered.co.
Change comes when you empower people to think for themselves. Angeles Ponpa is the host of the podcast Politics with Angeles and the founder of Medea News. For more information about Angeles or to get connected with her, follow her on Instagram @angelesponpa.
Change comes when you do your best. Sarah LeClair is an intersectional activist who organizes across a range of issues including LGBTQ rights. For more information or to get connected with Sarah, follow her on Instagram at @hecking_activist.
Change comes when you become a better conversationalist. Sophie Beren is the founder and CEO of The Conversationalist which is an online Gen Z community with the mission of unifying our generation through conversations. For more information about The Conversationalist, visit https://www.theconversationalist.com/.