Listen to one of these podcasts to hear directly from youth and community experts on how to advance inclusion and justice.
The Teens Talk Podcast
The Teens Talk Podcast is a project of Youth Celebrate Diversity, elevating youth voice on the critical issues facing youth today. Subscribe on Apple, Spotify, or Google Podcasts, or you can watch on YouTube.
Many disabled people have built a community to protect each other from able-bodied people’s inability to make space for them. You will learn just how uneducated the collective is on what it takes to fight for disability justice. After breaking down just how many barriers are hidden in plain sight, you will understand the gravity of the situation.
Teens Talk podcast host Lameese Makkawi is joined by Katie Randall, the Chief Development and Communications Officer at the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, to discuss what it’s like to be unhoused, and tangible ways to help the unhoused community.
Host Lameese Makkawi is joined by Wafa Saeed to discuss what a disapora is, and how to build community on an international and distributed level.
It’s great to be passionate about wanting to create change; however, it’s wise you learn about all the different roadblocks you will most likely face during the process.
Host Lameese Makkawi is joined by college student Rohan Guddanti to discuss what actually goes into running and maintaining a community space. You will learn tips and skills used to maintain a safe space while still creating change.
Mental health is too often stigmatized in communities working for social change. This episode is for those interested in understanding and exploring how trauma is passed down through generations, and why addressing mental health is necessary to build a strong, healthy community.
YCD Virtual Intern Lameese, host for this season of the podcast, talks with college student Zaira about the importance of building community.
Board member Elizabeth M. interviews activist Marissa Molina about immigration reform and DACA.
Board members Rediet and Etsub interview two leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement, one in Denver and the other in Albuquerque, about their work for racial justice.
The conversation continues between Board members Rediet and Etsub on the Black Lives Matter movement and how it affects teens today.
Board member Rhea talks with her classmate and activist Mariangela Acosta about her experience as a Deaf student in the education system, and how we can all do better to be inclusive of Deaf and disabled students.
Conflict Resolution Podcasts
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Disability Justice and Youth Podcasts
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Economic Justice Podcasts
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Gender Justice and Equity Podcasts
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Immigrant and Refugee Youth Podcasts
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Inclusive Sports and Activities Podcasts
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Interfaith Dialogue and Cooperation Podcasts
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LGBTQ+ Youth Podcasts
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Mental Wellness and Healthy Relationship Podcasts
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Racial Justice and Anti-Racism Podcasts
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Student Activism Podcasts
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Teaching for Equity and Social Justice Podcasts
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