Greening Youth Foundation’s (GYF) mission is to work with diverse, underserved and underrepresented children, youth and young adults in an effort to develop and nurture enthusiastic and responsible environmental stewards.
A Sip Of Green Tea With Khalil Baker & Miles Ezeilo
On this special GYF podcast, students apart of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Internship Program, also known as HBCUI, speak about their experiences and interns and working for the National Park Service. Atlanta natives, Miles Ezeilo a Khalil Baker discuss transitioning from urban settings to park sites and working at park sites in urban settings. Miles Ezeilo attends Howard University and is prepared to call on the people to better the environment as the son of Founder and CEO, Angelou Ezeilo. And Mr. Khalil Baker, in his third year at Hampton, shares what it means to be able to teach others about the importance of access to public lands.
A Sip Of Green Tea With Jason Ward
On this episode of Greening Youth Foundation's A Sip of Green Tea, we interviewJason Ward an American naturalist, birder, and environmental activist. Jason is the host of the 2019 television documentary series Birds of North America. Originally from the Bronx, NY her relocated to Atlanta, GA where he has worked as an education instructor for Zoo Atlanta and outreach coordinator for the National Audubon Society. Check out the conversation and more on Jason Ward!
A Sip Of Green Tea With Khyatt & Drona Desai
Ever meet Blood Brothers? These two brothers Khyatt and Drona are long time musicians and young activists with their own message of heroism without the need of any superpowers. Khyatt and Drona highlight the work of change makers across the globe through the conversations hosted on their Heroes Without Capes podcast. Find links to their music and the podcast below.
A Sip Of Green Tea With Christine And Alex – Green Box
We dive into the Green Box with Christine and Alex. The GYF staff members breakdown what it was like to implement the virtual environmental education program. In partnership with the Dekalb County School System, The Green Box program is an at home environmental education system.
A Sip Of Green Tea – Ruth Kitchen
On this episode, we interview the founding Greening Youth Foundation Board Member, Ruth Kitchen, who tells her story of how she connected with Angelou Ezeilo and began an environmental education program that would go on to teach the next generation of conservation stewards. We discuss the changes in education programming over time, and the importance of why introducing youth to environmental stewardship is necessary for the betterment of the future. Ruth has impacted conservation education on a national level and with her influence on the CLEAN Manual, Mrs. Kitchen has been able to implement fun lasting practices that benefit diverse youth throughout the Southeast, United States and beyond.
Green Speaker Series EP 35 HBCUI Workshop: Linda Wilson Fund II Foundation
Listen to Linda Wilson during our annual Career and Leadership Workshop. Linda is the Executive Director of Fund II Foundation, which has several signature initiatives. Restoration Retreat for black boys and girls, the Cradle to Greatness which tracks grantees as they ensure black and brown people move toward prosperity and happiness. InternX.org is uniquely designed to match culturally aware companies with overlooked and underestimated students. Fund II is devoted to authentic collaborations, metrics off the chart and transformative scalability and sustainability. In this presentation for the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Internship (HBCUI) Program she breaks down how her organization operates and the importance of engaging with a black network of environmental stewards.
I always look forward to the new episodes every Friday :)