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The Parisian Neighborhoods You Should Absolutely Know With Rebecca Dry, Founder of Love Montreuil [16]

The Parisian Neighborhoods You Should Absolutely Know With Rebecca Dry, Founder of Love Montreuil [16]

I’ve been living here for 17 years. I was very Parisian when I first came here. It wasn’t the same offer here either. I used to go to Paris all the time and the last few years I’ve been noticing, I’ve literally been staying in Montreuil. Not hardly going into Paris apart from work. There are some beautiful exhibitions or you know, still amazing things you can find in Paris. But the offer was getting better and better in Montreuil. It used to be a couple of places to go out on at night, but now there’s lots of choice, amazing DJs, amazing live acts, brilliant exhibitions, festivals, et cetera.

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About the podcast

Be Your Change discusses global issues with a solution-oriented approach and provide insights on how we can all be the change we want to see in the world. Juliette Roy talks to women social entrepreneurs, non-profit, community leaders, artists and media entrepreneurs who aim to build a more sustainable and inclusive society.

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About the host

Based in Los Angeles, Juliette Roy is a French-American advocate for the power of stories to create positive change. Working in audio for over 15 years, Juliette started her career in the music industry. She fell in love with online radio and podcasting when she moved to San Francisco.

Juliette is the founder of Be Your Change, a media platform about women and social impact.

She is active withWomen’s Audio Mission and is part of the Fair Trade Los Angeles community with the goal to make Los Angeles the biggest Fair Town in the U.S.


86% of the podcast studios founded in France in the last 3 years are owned by women or have at least one female founder. 35% of the top 200 podcasts on France’s Apple Podcast charts are produced or hosted by women, compared to just 10% in the US. Source Bellocollective