Have you ever thought about mushrooms? Like, really thought about them. In Youth To The People’s anti-racism, inclusion, and intersectional parity training, our instructor, Sarah Springer of Tissue LLC, spoke in so many words about the benefits of decay and how it’s an essential step to growth.
Apr 28. 2021
No matter your skin type, achieving your skin goals can be a delicate balance. Whether your skin is experiencing dehydration, dullness, or the changing atmosphere, it can be helpful to think of skincare regimens like recipes—with each ingredient chosen carefully to contribute to your desired skin goals.
Apr 14. 2021
Our guest today is Willow Defebaugh, editor in chief of Atmos, a digital platform and biannual magazine that explores the connection between climate and culture.
Mar 31. 2021
In this Advice for You[th], we’re joined by Alyia Gaskins—a candidate for city council in Alexandria, Virginia—who talks with Jade Walker from Gen Z Girl Gang about the road to running for leadership at the local level with the help of our friends at She Should Run.
Mar 25. 2021
Oct 25. 2020
As we gear up for an election in which record-breaking numbers of women are running for office, the YTTP fam is feeling particularly inspired to Dream Beyond™. In season 00 episode 03 of To The People Podcast, you’ll meet two friends of YTTP who are working to build up women and femmes and ensure our equitable futures.
Oct 18. 2020
This Sunday on To The People, meet Céline Semaan—designer, writer, advocate, and founder of the non-profit Slow Factory. In conversation with host Alyssa Shapiro, Céline drops some knowledge on the importance of open education, decolonizing education, being involved in your community, and knowing who you are.
Oct 11. 2020
Every Sunday, you’ll meet visionaries and community builders who are creating the changes they dream of seeing in the world. In season 00, episode 01, Alyssa is joined by YTTP co-founder Greg Gonzalez and Deun Ivory—the multidisciplinary artist and founder of nonprofit, The Body: A Home For Love.