What is social impact entertainment and why does it matter for our culture?

12m | Jul 10, 2023

Welcome to today's enlightening episode, where Dija takes us on a journey into the fascinating world of social impact entertainment. Have you ever come across the term "social impact entertainment" and wondered what it entails? This episode serves as a valuable resource for film enthusiasts, creators, and everyone in-between. Tune in as Dija shares her expertise, providing in-depth knowledge and insights into this powerful form of storytelling. Discover the meaningful conversations surrounding social impact entertainment and gain a deeper understanding of its potential for driving social change. By the end of this episode, you'll be inspired and motivated to contribute to the movement of social change within the entertainment industry. Prepare to be informed, empowered, and ready to make a difference through the transformative power of storytelling.


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Dija Renuka is an actress, filmmaker, educator, and creator who tells stories to inspire audiences to connect with themselves, take divine action, and spark change in the world. For the past two decades she has been working in multi-media content creation but where she shines is creating original content through a social impact entertainment lens. For the past two decades she has been creating and teaching art programs to underserved youth. She holds a BA in theater and Biomechanics and a Master’s in Social Practice Art. She is currently working on her faith-based feature film called Coffee Beans and Love. Learn more at

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