The Climate Emergency is not far in the future, it’s here now.
So, what can we do about it?
Jamie Margolin, Founder of Zero Hour Movement, joins me to lay out how we save ourselves and preserve our planet. She started organizing Zero Hour in the summer of 2017 and since then, Nadia Nazar, Madelaine Tew, and Zanagee Artis have joined her in leading it.
Jamie’s book, Youth To Power, comes out June 2, 2020, as a guide to young organizers.
Here’s my conversation with Jamie, and how you can connect with her:
In this episode, we’re diving into the process of creating equity in the wellness industry with Maryam Ajayi, CEO + Founder of Dive in Well, movement cultivating space, community, conversations and change for a more equitable and accessible wellness industry.
Maryam is also the Founder of Indagba, a holistic business strategy agency helping socially conscious people and companies grow into their full potential.
Here’s my conversation with Maryam, and how you can connect with her:
Dive in Well
In this episode, Lawrence Wingate, U.S. Army Retired Staff Sergeant breaks down how military conflicts are solved, the dynamics between The Department of Defense and the State Department, and how the US military affects the lives of young people.
In addition to serving in the military, Lawrence served 3 administrations in The Pentagon before running for Congress.
With his military days behind him, he now serves as Chairman of Wingate Media Group, creatively changing the way we think about business and life.
Here’s our conversation, and how to connect with Lawrence:
Wingate Media Group
In this episode, Najma Sharif and I chat about the many ways to be Black, a woman, a Muslim, and the experiences that have come with each of those identities.
Najma is a writer, visual artiste, and founder of The Rader Zine. Najma’s work has been featured in major publications like Teen Vogue, Playboy, Bitch Media, Paper Mag, Vice, Fader and Highsnobiety, amongst others. In her pieces, she discusses pop culture within the lens of capitalism, black and Muslim identity, feminism, and history.
Here’s my conversation with Najma and how to connect with her: