CHARLIZE THERON AFRICA OUTREACH PROJECT (CTAOP)
In this episode, Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project (CTAOP) executive director Ashlee George discusses their diverse, community-based approach to reducing HIV infection among African Youth.
BETTER BUSINESS: ASPIRATION
In this episode, activist and Aspiration co-founder Joe Sanberg discusses the purpose of his counter culture bank and their latest initiative #PlantYourChange, the power we have in micro-activism, and the poverty crisis that is shattering our American dreams.
In this episode, Neo Mohajane and Maxine Singaram from HIVSA discuss their impactful online platform Choma. Choma is an interactive digital mobile magazine targeted primarily at young women and adolescent girls aged between 15 and 25 years in South Africa.
DRAMA FOR LIFE
Hamish, Diana, and Sthe from Drama for Life (based at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg) share their incredible programs, the healing and socially transformative power of the arts, and how to cultivate community during COVID-19.
SOULJOURN YOGA FOUNDATION
This week's episode features Souljourn Yoga founder Jordan Ashley. While yoga has a reputation of being an expensive activity for the privileged (teacher training alone can cost thousands of dollars), Jordan shares how yoga can be made accessible to all, and how it can be used as a tool in empowering women around the world.