31 min

Let's Talk Taking Real Action With Kahlil Greene The Conversationalist Podcast

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How can we start difficult conversations about race on college campuses? How can we use our voices to advocate for causes that matter? 

In this episode of The Conversationalist Podcast, The Conversationalist Founder and CEO Sophie Beren sits down with Kahlil Greene, the first Black student body president at Yale University. In his role, Kahlil united student groups to raise over $57,000 for racial justice organizations through the Yale Together movement after George Floyd's murder. In a conversation that spans various Gen Z topics, Kahlil speaks out about his unique experiences as a Black college student and his initiatives on and off-campus. 

Kahlil is a public speaker, writer, and youth justice advocate who is passionate about racial equity in education. He is also a senior at Yale studying the History of Social Change and Social Movements. He is a member of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy, the Institute of Social and Policy Studies Director’s Fellowship, and the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society. 

Here at The Conversationalist, we’re on a mission to amplify 1,000,000 Gen Z'ers voices and unify the world, one conversation at a time. On each episode of The Conversationalist Podcast, The Conversationalist Founder and CEO Sophie Beren interviews activists, entrepreneurs, and game-changers from the TC community and experts and thought leaders who are at the forefront of social change. Each conversation invites guests to share their story, their perspectives, and the obstacles they’ve overcome to get to where they are today. Sophie is here to help break open your echo chamber so that you can unify your world.

Now, we want to hear from you! How are you using your voice for good? Join The Conversationalist Community on the Geneva app. You’ll be able to make new friends, find new opportunities, and have 24/7 conversations about anything under the sun that matters to YOU! Come and introduce yourself, break the ice, share your hot takes, and so much more. Want to be chosen as our featured hot take on our next podcast? Make sure you’re in our community and sharing your thoughts in our hot takes room.

Follow The Conversationalist on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok and subscribe to our Youtube Channel to stay up to date on all things Gen Z. Let’s unify the world together!

Listen to The Conversationalist Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Audible, Spotify, and more. View the episode transcription here. For a full recap of our podcasts and to access more info on our guests, check out our blog. We'll see you next week. 

How can we start difficult conversations about race on college campuses? How can we use our voices to advocate for causes that matter? 

In this episode of The Conversationalist Podcast, The Conversationalist Founder and CEO Sophie Beren sits down with Kahlil Greene, the first Black student body president at Yale University. In his role, Kahlil united student groups to raise over $57,000 for racial justice organizations through the Yale Together movement after George Floyd's murder. In a conversation that spans various Gen Z topics, Kahlil speaks out about his unique experiences as a Black college student and his initiatives on and off-campus. 

Kahlil is a public speaker, writer, and youth justice advocate who is passionate about racial equity in education. He is also a senior at Yale studying the History of Social Change and Social Movements. He is a member of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy, the Institute of Social and Policy Studies Director’s Fellowship, and the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society. 

Here at The Conversationalist, we’re on a mission to amplify 1,000,000 Gen Z'ers voices and unify the world, one conversation at a time. On each episode of The Conversationalist Podcast, The Conversationalist Founder and CEO Sophie Beren interviews activists, entrepreneurs, and game-changers from the TC community and experts and thought leaders who are at the forefront of social change. Each conversation invites guests to share their story, their perspectives, and the obstacles they’ve overcome to get to where they are today. Sophie is here to help break open your echo chamber so that you can unify your world.

Now, we want to hear from you! How are you using your voice for good? Join The Conversationalist Community on the Geneva app. You’ll be able to make new friends, find new opportunities, and have 24/7 conversations about anything under the sun that matters to YOU! Come and introduce yourself, break the ice, share your hot takes, and so much more. Want to be chosen as our featured hot take on our next podcast? Make sure you’re in our community and sharing your thoughts in our hot takes room.

Follow The Conversationalist on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok and subscribe to our Youtube Channel to stay up to date on all things Gen Z. Let’s unify the world together!

Listen to The Conversationalist Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Audible, Spotify, and more. View the episode transcription here. For a full recap of our podcasts and to access more info on our guests, check out our blog. We'll see you next week. 

31 min