Hispanic Entrepreneurs: Finding New Ways to CompeteHispanic-owned businesses are the fastest growing segment of the small business ecosystem, yet barriers to business development persist for this population.
Augusto Sanabria, President and CEO of Prospera, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss efforts to assist Hispanic entrepreneurs in establishing and expanding businesses.
Equal Opportunity for America’s YouthSince its founding in 1904, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, the largest mentoring organization in the U.S., has dedicated itself to values including justice and inclusion.
Tanya Gibson, Vice President of Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) and Vice President of Human Resources at Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, joins host Tetiana Anderson to share how the group champions equal opportunity for youth in communities across the country.
Human Trafficking: Myths and MisconceptionsHuman trafficking is a multi-billion-dollar criminal industry that denies freedom to an estimated 25 million people around the world.
Megan Cutter, Director of the National Human Trafficking Hotline, a program operated by Polaris, joins host Tetiana Anderson to share common misconceptions about human trafficking and continued efforts to combat this widespread issue.
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COVID-19 and Education: Helping Students SucceedVirtual learning is keeping students safer during the pandemic, but experts are concerned that long-term academic performance may be adversely impacted. Stephen Spaloss, Chief Equity Officer of City Year, shares how his organization is leveraging the power of young people to tackle the current education crisis.
Native Youth: Resilience Through MentorshipAmerican Indians and Alaska Natives disproportionately experience health, educational, and economic disparities compared to the general population.
Carla Knapp, Vice President of Native Services with Boys and Girls Clubs of America, joins host Tetiana Anderson to share how Native Clubs prioritize the wellbeing of Native youth through mentorship.
Combating Nationwide Child TraffickingEach year, as many as 300,000 American children are at risk of being victimized of commercial sexual exploitation.
Teresa Huizar, Executive Director of the National Children’s Alliance, discusses the prevalence of this issue in all 50 states and the importance of engaging communities to better protect children.
Human Trafficking: Fighting Modern-Day Slavery in the U.S.According to the ILO, approximately 40 million people worldwide are victims of human trafficking, a multibillion-dollar criminal industry.
Caroline Diemar, Director of the National Human Trafficking Hotline, details the many forms of modern-day slavery and shares how her organization is fighting this global epidemic.
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