Activist Anya Dillard believes that young people have the power to change the world.
Danya Sherman is making social drinking spaces safer for everyone by combating drink spiking with an easy-to-carry, discreet device that detects if a beverage has been laced
After her homemade prom dress went viral, Kyemah McEntyre went on to design clothes for Janet Jackson and Tyra Banks!
Aija Mayrock wrote the book, The Survival Guide to Bullying after being bullied as a teen. Now she’s a bestselling writer, poet and spoken word artist who performs at the United Nations and Madison Square Garden, addressing everything from mental health to women’s issues in her work.
Kathryn Fleisher is the founder of Not My Generation, the non-profit dedicated to tackling the gun violence epidemic through an intersectional lens.
Nouri Hassan is the Brooklyn-based Egyptian-Guyanese model and casting director who has become a powerful voice for diversity and inclusion in the fashion industry. She is the founder of XYNE AGENCY which looks to cast diverse models.
These activists are proof of the “power of young people” with their advocacy and charities.
Nupol Kiazolu knew she wanted to be an activist when she was only 12 years old
Synder Mesher is a professional dancer and the first Radio City Rockette with a visible disability.
These five Gen Z activists are making big things happen for the greater good.