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black lives matter

Inspiring change through fashion: the story of a young black entrepreneur

Is racism fueling the “black” fashion industry? How is one American-Muslim facing this?

Be bold for change: the story of a former ‘fufu’ seller

One former cassava seller explained her journey in order to be the next Minister of Education in Nigeria.

The woman for women

The woman looking to make an impact for girls and women in Nigeria.

You educate women, you change the world: the path of a woman’s empowerment efforts

One Nigerian woman is trying to fight for girls/women voices in her country through the power of education effective guidance.

The systemic impacts of films: a boy, Forrest Gump, & a global community

One filmmaker tries to see the word through different lenses, in the hopes of creating a better world.

The knowledge of being a cross-traveller

An Ethiopian refugee explains his story and the great life lessons from the hardships of a life traveler.

A journey towards patience: the cure for injustice?

A Nigerian living in Jordan aims to fight inequality and discrimination through the simple steps of communication and patience.

Look left, look right, it’s there: a society of violence

One local from Lagos, Nigeria talks about his experience and views with violence, in a society empowered by acts of destruction.

How to not give a s—: the ‘just cause’ effect of music

How’s it like being a Sudanese musician in Jordan? One man explains his journey and how sometimes just not giving a s**t works.

Shades in Spades

“The colors of the vast, Segregating with pain and shame, The distressed hoped it wouldn’t last, Instead there’s change in the way to play the game.”