Welcome to Episode 2.
"Hope is a tool in the hands of the people."
Meet these inspiring Canadian artists, scholars, activists on the cusp of adulthood!
Zev Landsberg-Lewis is an avid reader, writer of fiction, singer/songwriter, and a lover of all-things film and fantastical. He has a deep affinity for the arts as a vehicle for communicating stories that resonate with meaning and the potential to transport and transform us.
Juliette Miller uses she/they pronouns, is part of the BIPOC and LGBTQPLUS communities, and has been involved in activism for as long as she can remember, especially since grade eight.
Shimmi Kelly is a long-time vegan and animal rights activist, who has been apart of various animal rights organizations, such as The Save Movement, Animal Aid India, and Animal Justice Canada.
Kasha Sequoia Slavner, a filmmaker, photographer, writer & public speaker, is a passionate advocate for climate justice and peace. At 15 she founded The Global Sunrise Project, a positive impact media organization. Her first feature documentary, The Sunrise Storyteller, screened at 60 film festivals and won 30 awards. Kasha is a Diana Award & Kim Phuc Youth Peace Award recipient, one of the Voices of SDG16+ and a 2021 Global Youth Climate Network Ambassador.