Introducing ‘The Change Makers’ | A New Surrey604 Original Web Series

Everyone wants change, but how do we make change happen? We seek answers to that question through our new web series called the Change Makers. In this series we discover remarkable people and organizations who are making a difference, and share their stories with you.

We want to inspire and show people that no matter how small or great the change is, it is possible. All that is needed to make a difference in the world, and our communities, is one person, one action, one moment at a time.

Our first collection of stories begin May 11th with the story of Jasleen Kaur, a young filmmaker with a powerful documentary. Her film is about the murder of Maple Batalia, a beautiful young woman slain at SFU in Surrey in 2011. Jasleen was drawn to Maple’s tragedy because they are both young women from the South Asian community in Surrey BC, and who were born on the same day of the same year!

Our dream is for these stories to give a voice to organizations and people who do not have the means to reach a large audience and share their story through impactful video content. We want these stories to also help to raise awareness on important topics in our community in a meaningful way.

We invite you to become a change maker too by helping us to share these stories. Follow Little Bird Media’s social, and if you haven’t yet, follow Surrey604 and get ready.


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About The Author

Joseph Kafka

I am at heart a video content creator and storyteller with love for photography. I have discovered three important truths about marketing and creativity so far: (1) Whether you're Business to Business or Business to Customer, it’s all people to people, (2) The shortest distance between two people is a story, (3) openness to discovery is the pathway to creativity and sharing.

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