Episode 125: Khalil Greene on Sharing a Historical Word

Oct 06th

Today’s guest is the self-proclaimed Gen-Z historian Kahlil Greene. Kahlil Greene is an online educator with ~500,000 followers across TikTok, Instagram, and LinkedIn platforms! He was recently profiled in The New York Times for his digital education work.

In addition to being a viral historical communicator, Kahlil is currently studying the History of Social Change at Yale University. Where he was elected the first Black student body president in Yale’s 318-year history at just 19 years old.

In today’s interview, Kahlil and I talk openly about the importance of sharing Black History across different cultures and geographies. Kahlil reveals how his experience in education has enabled him to develop his unique teaching style. And he shares how he’s able to look past the traumas and keep spreading the word about our history.

Let’s get into it!

I’m so in awe of this young man! He’s really just taken all of this attention in his stride. Please do check out Kahlil’s work over on Instagram @kahlil.greene honestly you’ll learn so much! I still do!

I hope this half an hour has made you think, reflect and contemplate what your next step should be. If you enjoyed this episode please do share it with your friends or on social media.

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That’s a wrap, thank you so much for listening.