Female Firestarters Speak: Diverse Reactions to Black Lives Matter Protests
The core of the United States is shifting and at its center is the #BlackLivesMatter movement. But what do women across the country think about the movement and how are they part of the change they want to see? Terri Broussard Williams sits down with four female firestarters who are on the frontlines of social change in the latest episode of #MovementMaker: The Podcast. These women are leaders who are truly turning moments into movements in the world today. Each guest faces different challenges, marks a different place on the map, and offers a different lens to view social change. You'll even get a sneak peek into the firestarter formula. Listen in as these “woke women” talk about how they make a difference and inspire you to do the same. About The Host: Terri Broussard Williams believes that leaders turn moments into movements. She also believes that anyone can be a great leader. Terri explains that movements can be as big as passing a law, building a church, or starting a nonprofit. They can also be as small as giving to someone in need, showing kindness, or helping students at a school get gym equipment. This podcast is here to help you with the HOW and WHY people build movements. Terri breaks it down each time using the #FirestarterFormula which is: find your cause, build a community to help, communicate your vision, and work to see change. In each episode of this podcast, we’ll take a look at one of the four pillars of the #MovementMakerTribe including philanthropy, policy change, movement-building, and the movement from within. Episode Notes: Moderator: Terri Broussard Williams, Founder, Movement Maker Tribe + Social Impact Strategist, Lobbyist Very important guests: Callie Chamberlain works on the front lines of Covid-19 in Minneapolis. Shelley Danner is a social impact worker on the front lines of Detroit, working to make her city more inclusive and resilient. Vanessa Fuentes is a digital organizer working on the front lines fighting and addressing health disparities all while running for office. Meme Styles is an international police trainer who tracks data to help communities become safer from social justice and equity perspective. After you listen, be sure to check out: The #MovementMakerTribe Facebook insider group, join us for all things #MovementMaker inspired. Follow the #MovementMakerTribe on Instagram. Get your #MovementMaker swag here! “Find Your Fire”: Terri Broussard Williams’ new book which shares the stories of movement makers and how they built, supported or scaled movements for good. Sign up for some “Friday Fuel” - a newsletter providing weekly love letters meant to inspire the change-maker in all of us. Subscribe to Movement Maker: The Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. If you enjoy the show, please leave us a rating or review!