Do you ever wonder if 16 years olds talk about important cultural and social events like International Women’s Day and breaking boundaries for future generations? Does this generation understand the significance of the day and all the struggles, sacrifices and perseverance that have gone before them? The emphatic answer is, yes they do! Young adults are watching everything we say, and more importantly, everything action we take. Social media makes it all available 24/7. They are tuned in like never before.
How do we respond? Every day we can actively choose to challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women’s achievements. Not just for a better today, but a better tomorrow for the upcoming generations as well. Take a look and a listen as Erin Sullivan, daughter of SAPs Meaghan Sullivan, shares with us what International Women’s Day means to her and her peers.
Watch the interview below:
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Click here to listen to our previous episode with Meaghan Sullivan, “An equal world is an enabled world.”