Based in New York City, Queen Andrea’s groundbreaking work adds color, creativity, and the beauty of free expression to Urban Landscapes. But like so many other New Yorkers, Andrea was first exposed to the wonders of street art through the New York City Subways.
On this episode of Listen, Ladies, Rep. Young discusses the impact of Covid-19 from the perspective of her constituents of all ages, as well as the potential for positive change for people of color as advocates push for police reform.
Now a political reporter for the New York Times, from 2015 to 2019 Dionne Searcey was the paper’s West Africa bureau chief and covered a range of economical, social, an political issues on the continent and their impact on women.
Meet Nedra Deadwyler, founder of Civil Bikes in Atlanta, an organization that brings attention to unseen and unheard stories about Atlanta.
Esther Beard is a community organizer and joins the podcast to discuss her role in helping people learn how they can bring about real and meaningful change in their own communities.
“We tell women refugees that this is not some kind of business or a company that is hiring a worker; rather, it’s an educational program. Once you learn, if you are ok and if you want us to, we will find a market for your items.”