59 min

Episode forty-six: Breaking Barriers: Inspiring Changemakers Across Generations The More We Know Community Show with Dr. Sylvia

    • Society & Culture

Join host Dr. Sylvia in a captivating conversation with Leslie Redmond, a Social Impact Coach and Leadership Development Consultant. Leslie's journey, molded by her family's struggles and rich history, has deeply shaped her passion for social impact and advocacy. As a younger millennial born in the 90s, she witnessed the impact of mass incarceration and substance abuse, driving her unwavering commitment to fighting for justice.
 
From being a student body president and meeting President Barack Obama to serving as Vice
President of the NAACP, Leslie's fearless leadership knows no bounds. Her experiences during the 18-day occupation at the Fourth Precinct after Jamar Clark's death and her arrest during a peaceful nonviolent protest seeking justice for the murder of Breonna Taylor solidified her mission to create real, attainable access for her community.
 
Throughout this interview, Leslie shares insightful perspectives on generational differences and the progressive momentum built upon the work of previous generations. Her unexpected journey to Minnesota and unwavering audacity of hope reflect the power of following one's path and purpose. Her story is a testament to the drive, passion, and determination that fuel her commitment to creating a more just and equitable world.
 
Download and listen to "Trailblazing Perspectives: A Conversation with Leslie Redmond." to gain a deeper understanding of the transformative force behind Leslie's dedication and her unwavering pursuit of a better future for all.

Join host Dr. Sylvia in a captivating conversation with Leslie Redmond, a Social Impact Coach and Leadership Development Consultant. Leslie's journey, molded by her family's struggles and rich history, has deeply shaped her passion for social impact and advocacy. As a younger millennial born in the 90s, she witnessed the impact of mass incarceration and substance abuse, driving her unwavering commitment to fighting for justice.
 
From being a student body president and meeting President Barack Obama to serving as Vice
President of the NAACP, Leslie's fearless leadership knows no bounds. Her experiences during the 18-day occupation at the Fourth Precinct after Jamar Clark's death and her arrest during a peaceful nonviolent protest seeking justice for the murder of Breonna Taylor solidified her mission to create real, attainable access for her community.
 
Throughout this interview, Leslie shares insightful perspectives on generational differences and the progressive momentum built upon the work of previous generations. Her unexpected journey to Minnesota and unwavering audacity of hope reflect the power of following one's path and purpose. Her story is a testament to the drive, passion, and determination that fuel her commitment to creating a more just and equitable world.
 
Download and listen to "Trailblazing Perspectives: A Conversation with Leslie Redmond." to gain a deeper understanding of the transformative force behind Leslie's dedication and her unwavering pursuit of a better future for all.

59 min

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