Social Changers Episode 6 : 38,000 Veterans Experencing Homelessness

A panel discussion with Veterans. Social Changers: Episode 6 – June 29, 2022 January 2010, 76,329 veterans were living in emergency shelter, in transitional housing, or in an unsheltered place (e.g., on the streets, in cars, or in abandoned buildings). During a 12-month period (October 2009 through September 2010), an estimated 144,842 veterans spent at […]

Social Changers Episode 5: Beyond the Myth – Black Women in America

Beyond the Myth: Black Women in America is a panel discussion between two Black women, Betty Malloy, MSW and Dr. Renee Campbell moderated by ACTT: Social Change Warriors Founder and Director Kathern Felton Paige, MSW.  Social workers, Ms. Malloy and Dr. Campbell will share detailed experiences of living in the US as black women (with […]

Social Changers Episode 4: Bryan Stewart

Host: Kathern Felton Paige, MSW Guest: Bryan Stewart, MSW, CCLC  Producer: Social Change Warriors Bryan holds a BA in Social Work from Sacramento State University and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Southern California. His Christian Life Coaching certification was earned at the Professional Christian Coaching and Counseling Academy, Cape Coral, […]

Social Changers Episode 3: Gun Violence

Host: Kathern Felton Paige Discussion Panel: Jannise Johnson, Oshmin Odin, Christopher Paige, Anna Ribeiro, Robert Sands, Maria Stamsen, Geoffrey Wiggins-Long Producer: Social Change Warriors There have been 212 mass shootings in the US this year as of May 25, 2022. The panel discusses the recent mass shootings, mental health, and gun legislation.

Social Changers Episode 2: Anthony Carter

Hosted by Kathern Felton Paige Guest Speaker: Anthony Carter Produced by Social Change Warriors An interview with Anthony Carter discussing documentary filmmaking for social workers.

Social Changers Episode 1: Josh Kleinbergs

Hosted by Kathern Felton Paige, MSW Guest Speaker: Joshua Kleinbergs, MSW Produced by Social Change Warriors Homelessness in Los Angeles County Los Angeles County is home to an estimated 10 million people. This is a population larger than the entire state of North Carolina.  It has been reported that the roots of homelessness in LA […]