Generation Z is ready to make the world a better place. Aware of social issues and with the technology to confront them, Gen Z isn’t waiting for permission to engage in advocacy and activism. This episode features an interview with Nadya Okamoto, founder of period.org. Nadya started her first non-profit at age 16 and remains a powerful voice and advocate for women’s rights and gender equality. Nadya shares her experiences as a Gen Z activist and what other generations can do to support Gen Z changemakers wanting to engage in advocacy and activism.
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