Hosted by, Gibran Mims, The Speak Your Mind Podcast strives to provide individuals in 'Gen Z,' a platform to share their unique perspectives on overlooked matters taking place in America today.
Harvard's First Black Student Body President (with Noah Harris)
On this episode of The Speak Your Mind Podcast, Noah Harris shares his story of growing up in Mississippi to becoming Harvard's first Black Student Body President. He also discusses his children's book 'Succsville,' and systemic racisim in America's education system today.
Defund the Police (with Naomi Riley, Latrel Powell & Kamilah Mims)
On episode 12 of Speak Your Mind, these 3 UCLA students involved in criminal justice work share their perspectives on the Defund the Police movement.
Being a Black Student Body President (with presidents from Yale, Howard, MIT, UCLA, SDSU)
On this episode of The Speak Your Mind Podcast, five black student body presidents joined the conversation to talk about their experiences. Kahlil Greene is the first ever black student body president at Yale University. Danielle Geathers is the first ever black woman to be president at MIT. We were also joined by Naomi Riley - the UCLA Student Body President, Rachel Howell - Howard University’s Student Body President, and Christian Holt - the SDSU student body president.
The Importance of Politics in Our Generation & the 2020 Election (with Michael Wiafe)
On this episode of The Speak Your Mind Podcast, Michael Wiafe joined us as we discussed the results of the 2020 election as well as why it's important for our generation to stay engaged in politics going forward.
Oppressive American 'Norms' & Racial Inequality Today (with Latrel Powell)
On this episode of The Speak Your Mind Podcast, Latrel Powell joined us as we discuss the normalization of policing in America as well as the ways the government continues to oppress minorities. Reflecting on these oppressive American 'norms' ultimately leads to discussing what individuals in the upcoming generation can do to inspire change for our country's future.
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