Hi! I'm Leo. Across our country, young people are standing up for social justice and demanding change from those in power. On this podcast, I talk to inspiring Gen Zers about their work for change, and hope to inspire my listeners to make a change as well.
ABOUT LEO FINELLI
Leo Finelli is a Gen Z writer, songwriter, and activist. Leo is on the autism spectrum, and enjoys writing stories about topics such as gender inequality, gun violence, climate change, and other social justice issues.
On this episode, Leo talks with Michael Platt, a food justice advocate, baker, and social entrepreneur. He has a non-profit food access initiative called PLLATE (Power, Love, Learning and, Access, to Everyone). Please check out and support Michael's work.
Michaels Desserts (and PLLATE) - https://www.michaelsdesserts.com/
Instagram | Twitter | Facebook
See him on Operation Awesome - BYUtv (March 2021)
On the first episode of 2021, Leo talks with Cole Middleton, a social and racial justice advocate and activist. Please check out Cole and the organizations he supports.
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Be the Bridge website
National Center for Civil and Human Rights website
On this episode, Leo talks with young gun violence prevention activist Kayleigh Webb-Sanchez. Please check out and support Kayleigh's work.
Twitter | Instagram | March for Our Lives "Generation Lockdown" PSA | You Know the Drill (PBS Short Film Festival 2020)
Generation Change with Leo Finelli will be launching soon! Across our country, Generation Z is standing up for justice and amplifying concerns about our future. This podcast will highlight Gen Z activists and creatives about their work for change.
Leo Finelli (he/him/his) is an amateur screenwriter and songwriter who explores and speaks on social justice topics through his art, on his podcast Generation Change with Leo Finelli, and through other endeavors. Leo has autism and therefore a unique and deep appreciation for the importance and power of human connection.