This show is perfect for youth who want to change the world and for adults who want to foster youth innovation and imagination through real-world education. Youth listeners gain a connection to other young people who are passionate about making the world a better place by addressing issues like climate change, education equity, poverty, mental health, and more. Adult listeners are inspired by stories of youth as change agents and gain practical advice on how to partner with youth and how to incorporate service-learning into their classrooms, afterschool programs or homes.
Youth are recognized as partners who understand their rights and obligation to act in the benefit of the public good. From young people who are affected by issues, to adult allies who work with them, join me to discover and discuss leadership that creates space for each person to take ownership and affect change so that all people are inspired to Serve. Learn. Change the world.
Encore: 65: Poder en Salud! (Power in Health)
64: Home Away From Home
63: Creating Strong Communities Through Youth Empowerment
Join us this week to meet the change-makers from The Community Enrichment Project - a D.C. based nonprofit whose is enhancing the underserved communities of Washington D.C. by creating strong communities.
Encore: 58: Different Races Organizing Peace
Join us this week to meet the student team from DROP - Different Races Organizing Peace! This student-led equity club is educating themselves and others on racial equity.
61: Creating Civically Informed & Engaged Global Citizens
Join us this week to hear from Minnesota Secretary of State, Steve Simon and four civically engaged high school students - Abbe, Sawyer, Izzy, and Erin. Discover how civic engagement is about empowerment through education that leads to youth action.
60: Light the Fire Within
This week we meet two young leaders from Campfire's National Youth Advisory Cabinet. Learn how they are using their voices in Camp Fire’s Movement to address everything from policy to decision making.