Bri Gardner & Erica Teasdale are two young people who want to end sexualized violence and street harassment. A youth led initiative, Catty is a web based tool that helps people experiencing street harassment in Toronto through connecting, educating, supporting, and reporting. Check out our interview and be sure to visit www.carajonesspeaks.tv and follow Catty on social media. Just click the link to Cool Stuff! and find all the ways you can support and connect.
Category Archives: Be The Change
I have been extremely lucky and grateful to have met so many amazing people, one of those inspiring individuals isDr. Barbara Greenberg, author of Teenage As a Second Language, A Parent’s Guide to Becoming Bilingual. The moment I watched Barbara for the first time discussing youth issues as an expert on the CBS news I knew she I felt her compassion for the youth and all those who wanted to understand how to make their lives better.
After implementing the Law of Attraction my life changed. I went from being on Government assistance to winning three international awards and travelling to Africa in less than a year. What happens when you get what you wish for and it wasn’t exactly what you were hoping for? Tune in for some inspiration and humour on how the Law of Attraction changed me y life.
A couple years back I created a short video that told the story of two amazing young women, Courtney MacLean and Lily Carty. These women are advocates for persons with disabilities, loyal supporters of the art community and absolutely huge music fans. They run their own radio show and are extremely involved in support local artists in their community. They have hung out with musical artists such as Sloan, The Trews, Joel Plaskett and when I asked them what their biggest dream in the world was they revealed their wish. Meet Alan Doyle from their favourite band Great Big Sea. Find out how I their dream finally came true!
How do mentors play a part in our lives? How do we learn from the experience of others? Listen to my interviews with Award winning writer Zarqa Nawaz, Olympic Gold Metal Winner Meghan Mikkleson, Aboriginal Actress Michelle Thrush and World Traveller Michelle Dyck, as they share key transforming moments in their lives.