This video is about Amika George who is a British activist who campaigns against period poverty in the United Kingdom.
Orikalankini is an organization that is changing narratives around Menstruation and sexuality in India through art theatre and dialogue. They run a yearly fellowship for teens where they meet facilitators and their cohort from across the globe, learn concepts like Gender, caste, disability, mental health, menstruation and make a change while learning!
Teens are often thought of as lazy, entitled and disrespectful but there are so many teens who have been agents of change and our group of teens are on the same page.
This week Orikalinkin’s Fellows- of the 13-week global teens’ fellowship – researched one teen change-maker and made a video about them.
I am Amara, an 8th-grade student who is interested in making a change in the world. I shine when I use my voice and courage to try and make a change for the better. You can contact me on @that_weird_macrame_girl or @amaralk15 on Instagram.
I am Thanvishree, I shine when I use my passion to use my technological skills and communication skills, being eager to learn, face challenges in enforcing the idea of equality instead of patriarchy in people at a young age. And educate elders on how harmful patriarchal behavior is for society.