Changemaking work is tough. Sometimes it feels like all the odds are against you and it's a constant upward battle. Onions Talk is here to support you. Be inspired, be touched, be motivated. This podcast keeps you going when times are tough and we crystallise learning that you can apply on your impa… read more
What’s the value of arts and cultural education? How do you build a social enterprise supporting creatives? Let Jeff tell you all about it. Jeff M. Poulin is an American educator, non-profit administrator, and social entrepreneur whose work takes a justice approach towards uncovering transformative youth-led local solutions for complex global challenges. He’s a performer, teaching artist, and activist turned social entrepreneur who is creating social impact through supporting young creatives and their adult allies around the globe. Key points in this episode: Youth activism and social impact in the United States Understanding how young artists can be their most effective advocates for the issues they care about Unlearning, bridging, navigating, and holding tensions within current structures that govern policy, culture, and education Building the path with humility and generosity Creative Generation’s social entrepreneurship journey Social transformation through challenging hierarchies and norms that create oppressions and adding their creative element Creative capabilities to have to positively impact the world Listen and not be afraid to act Check them out: https://creative-generation.org Instagram: @campaign4genc
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