we strive to provide a place for young creatives and individuals to come and be inspired by content that they’ll enjoy. we see it as our duty to provide a place for all young people under represented in mainstream entertainment to share their unique experiences and views with the world. currently, TUGZ is 100% virtual (though we plan to release print issues in the future) and run by a team of majority black + brown women who have felt the effects of being discluded within the media.
Join Hong Kong friends Ali (New York University Shanghai) and Weilyn (Princeton University) as they kick start their college entrepre女erial careers. Between 2am pizza runs and 12-page essays, it can feel like there’s no time to pursue your passions. But actually, college is the perfect time! Follow us as we embark on our entrepre女erial journeys: hearing, sharing, and connecting with female entrepre女ers from around the world. Tune in at the end of each week to grow the entrepre女er inside of you!
Passionate. Powerful. Enduring. Asian Justice Act is an online literary platform dedicated to shining a light on marginalized Asian and minority communities in the modern world. Striving to celebrate diverse culture and combat underlying prejudices against underrepresented groups, we work through storytelling and intersectional activism. Through our global reach, we address important issues and misconceptions within society regarding AAPI groups, working to promote solidarity and equality. We aim to showcase leaders, rewrite narratives, and combat negative stereotypes.
Youth BioTech Journal is a biotechnology journal run by middle schoolers, high schoolers, and college students to allow people to write & read about their favorite topics and explore the world of biotechnology. We aspire to make biotechnology knowledge accessible to people of all ages around the world.
The Defiant Movement is a digital magazine, online community, and organization created by young people, for young people. Founded by Canadian high school students in 2019, Defiant is now a global platform for powerful and unapologetic Gen Z voices to rally around social justice issues or share their opinions about all things politics, climate change, race, gender, even wellness and poetry.
At Gen-Z Media, we produce some of the best podcasts around. Our shows have been downloaded millions of times by fans all over the world. We specialize in fun and exciting scripted podcasts with high production values, amazing music, and seriously great stories. Gen-Z founders, Ben Strouse, David Kreizman, and Chris Tarry, co-creators of the Peabody award-winning podcast The Unexplainable Disappearance of Mars Patel, are committed to creating stories that are as relatable as they are surprising, filled with twists and turns and humor and heart.
Ready to shake things up? Kaitlyn is creating a space where girls (and gents) can feel empowered to be themselves... because there's more to life than Instagram, right? Kaitlyn isn't afraid to keep it real as she talks with her amazing guests! Get ready for lots of laughs, candid convo, taboo topics, unfiltered advice, and wine... lots of wine!
Our mission is to develop a platform for Gen Zs to simply amplify their voice. WE aim to nurture the faint voices of Gen Zs, to equip Gen Zs to have dominion over shame, oppression, marginalization or any form of discrimination. WE believe in speaking for what is right and refusing to live under "stereotypes". Gen Z Says aims to empower fellow Gen Zs to own their authentic voice and to use their unique voice. For us, this is how WE BECOME not just what we are but what WE should be.
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