Welcome to another episode of ARTiculate's podcast! The theme of today's podcast is Learning and Unlearning. Learning how we can create a society that is reflective of us and unlearning the traditions and norms that hold us back. We discuss essential questions about what it truly means to be an activist and how young women like Glenys have taken up art and speech as a weapon against various inequalities.
Hello and welcome to the 5th Episode of ARTiculate's podcast! This month's focus was on the topic of Homeless and Poverty and we are excited to introduce our inspiring guests: Savannah Dasilva (@sdasilva_art), Naman Sharma, Rushil Dave, and Nimit Vediya (@blanketsforto). In this episode, we focus on how we can help break the negative stigma surrounding the topic of homelessness and what youth can do to help advocate for those in need.
Welcome to the 4th Episode of ARTiculate's podcast! Today's episode focuses on the topic of Homelessness and Poverty, particularly among Canadian youth with our wonderful speakers: Oluwatamilore Benson (@itsboringtami) and Theresa Chris-Amadin (@thessy.ca) who deliver many important and insightful ideas. Stay tuned for our next episode!
Welcome to the second part of the 3rd episode of ARTiculate's Podcast! Today's episode is a continuation of the insights into feminism and female empowerment given by our all-female panel of guest speakers: Ishita, Glenys, Shagun and Tahira! Please be sure to follow and support them all on their social media platforms, we are very grateful to have them join us. Stay tuned for the next episode!
Welcome to the 3rd episode of ARTiculate's Podcast! Today we continue to focus on Female Empowerment with our incredibly talented guest speakers: Ishita, Glenys, Shagun and Tahira, we are so honoured to have you here! Stay tuned for part 2 of this episode for even more insights and experiences.
Welcome to the 2nd episode of ARTiculate's Podcast! This month's focus was on Feminism and Female Empowerment and we are excited to introduce our incredibly talented and experienced guest speakers: Adetola Adedipe (@alot.of.poetry) and Saman Saeed. In this episode, we focus on how racial and gender inequality have impacted POC women, and the strength it takes to overcome the resulting obstacles. Stay tuned to the end to hear Tola's winning poem 'Split Second'.
This month's focus is on feminism and how it can benefit all people regardless of gender. We focus on the negative association with the word feminism through analyzing the Ted-Talk by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie titled "We Should All Be Feminists", and how we as a society need to work on bridging the gap of gender inequality.