EP 10: Rivka Bent: Not an activist, an advocate - How being a quiet ally in anti-racism is not a negative and can yield the greatest results

Aug 24, 11:00 PM
In today’s episode, we are talking to Rivka Bent who founded the first scholastic program of Architects of Change, which teaches students to challenge what is, imagine what can be, and move humanity forward. Rivka is passionate about creating a sense of belonging for all people and focuses on building diversity, equity, and inclusion both personally and professionally and is a steward for the “Bent Little Free Library”. 

Come join us for this conversation where we discuss what it means to be an activist in 2021, what activism looks like in Rivka’s life, and how you can be an activist even if you think you can’t (or don't know where to get the tools).

We answer some listener-submitted questions in this episode, but we are always interested in receiving more. 

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Top 5 Most Asked Questions On Anti-Racism: https://www.inclusion1stproject.org/top5