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with Lousie Chandler who is a 21-year-old award-winning autistic advocate and content creator who is passionate about building a world that truly works for autistic people. Lou shares her own lived experiences raising awareness and acceptance for autistic people. She engages with politicians and organisations in advocating for change.
Mckenzie Margarethe (any pronouns) is a marine science communicator with a background in ocean conservation and an admiration for all things marine-related. As a queer person in STEM, they continuously work to increase representation of marginalized communities, particularly in their climate activism. Mckenzie offers thoughtful, intersectional climate solutions to her audience, and commonly discusses topics such as sustainable fishing, the blue economy, corporate accountability, and many more pressing matters. Through providing their viewers with passionate and educational content, Mckenzie strives to make the scientific field more accessible while empowering others to act meaningfully in their own climate activism.
Sarah Little is a journalist and the founder of More to Her Story, a global platform and initiative amplifying the voices, stories, and ideas of young women and girls. She regularly contributes to international media outlets and think tanks, writing about women and girls. She hosts The More to Her Story Podcast, a monthly podcast featuring global leaders, experts, and young people advancing gender equity. In her free time, she raps.
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As Youth Magazine completed one year and was rebranded to Empower, we held a Flash Fiction contest and an Illustration Contest to celebrate this feat. We were pleased to receive an overwhelming amount of submissions and we are excited to announce you the two winning illustrations in the Illustration Contest: Richard Stephenson and Du Kha Han. As for the Flash Fiction Contest, we weren't able to declare any winners, because none of the submissions met the guidelines nor were upto the standard we were looking for. We'd like to thank all participants who took the time to write these stories and we extend our heartiest congratulations to the winners!
The Cave Companion
By Richard Stephenson, 40
By Du Kha Han, 24
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