Category: Spotlight Series

Activist Spotlight: Marcus Alston

In this week’s installment of the Spotlight Series, we bring you a conversation with Marcus Alston, a member of NYC Says Enough, a coalition of students working together to protest gun violence and to urge legislators to pass common sense

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Activist Spotlight: Sokhnadiarra Ndiaye

In this week’s installment of the Spotlight Series, we bring you a conversation with Sokhnadiarra Ndiaye, communications manager at Teens Take Charge,  activist fighting for NYC educational equity, and member of SLP’s Youth Board.  Check out our interview with Sokhnadiarra

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Activist Spotlight: Destiné Price

In this week’s installment of the Spotlight Series, we bring you a conversation with Destiné Price, a 19 year old writer from Kalamazoo, Michigan. Destiné uses her poetry to explore how racism works as a social construct and how this

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Activist Spotlight: Rachel Parent

In this week’s installment of the Spotlight Series, we bring you a conversation with Rachel Parent, a Toronto high school student who’s not drawn to designer labels – she’s drawn to food labels. Rachel has been recognized for her work

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Activist Spotlight: Salvador Gómez-Colón

In this week’s installment of the Spotlight Series, we bring you a conversation with Salvador Gómez-Colón, a 15 year old from San Juan who raised more than $100,000 to purchase and distribute solar-powered lamps and hand-powered washing machines to households

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