Discover new perspectives as the Humans of New York founder tells the stories of people from around the world and inspires audiences to make a positive impact in the lives of others.
The social activist and creator of the viral #OscarsSoWhite hashtag sparks powerful and much-needed dialogue about issues at the intersection of race, gender, politics, pop culture and digital activism.
This America’s Next Top Model winner and high profile activist for the deaf community inspires audiences to pursue their dreams with his message of self-belief and self-worth.
The Breaking Bad actor’s unfalteringly positive outlook on life with physical disability will change the way you view diversity, your world and how you conquer personal challenges.
This popular hip-hop radio host and video blogger serves up engaging cultural commentary on politics and race while encouraging diverse groups to seek common ground.
This group is on a mission to complete a list of "100 Things To Do Before You Die" while encouraging others to pursue their own bucket list goals and realize anything is possible.
Trae Crowder, known for his viral "Liberal Redneck" videos, bridges cultural communication gaps with his specific brand of southern-fried intellectual comedy.
An artistic innovator with a talent for conveying his creative vision through original music and dance, this “American Idol” finalist communicates the importance of defining success on your own terms.
Comedian whose humorous viral videos go beyond humor, taking an honest look at the challenges of growing up and speaking honestly about depression and mental health issues.
Activist and co-organizer of the March for Our Lives nationwide student protest in March 2018.
Youtuber, author, and licensed family and marriage therapist
The New York Times Bestselling Author; Named one of the World's Top 30 Organizational Culture Professionals by Global Gurus; Member of MTV's The Buried Life