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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Change comes when you realize that anyone can make a difference. Kait Ahern has worked on many different political campaigns including, most recently, Senator Jon Ossoff's in Georgia. To connect with Kait, follow her on Instagram at la.vie.en.kait.
Change comes when you take the time to educate yourself about important issues. Kahlil Greene was the first black student body president at Yale University, and we talked about his work in student government and about the insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6th. To connect with Kahlil, follow him on Instagram at kahlil.greene.
Change comes when you believe in yourself. Karina Popovich is using her superpower of 3D printing in the fight against COVID-19 by creating PPE for healthcare workers and others in need. To learn more about Makers for COVID-19, visit https://www.makersforcovid19.com.
Change comes when you figure out what you’re good at and what makes you feel like flying. Dustin Liu is the ninth US Youth Observer to the United Nations and represents youth voices at the UN General Assembly and other events.
Change comes when you remember all of the people that you’re doing it for. Hannah Lucas developed the notOK app to serve as a panic button for people who may be struggling with mental health issues. For more information about the notOK app, visit https://www.notokapp.com.
Change comes when you use your privilege. Ziyaan Virji is the founder and CEO of For the Menstruator which is an organization working to create a world of menstrual equity. For more information about For the Menstruator, visit https://www.flow.page/forthemenstruator..
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