The “Dreamers” or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) recipients are under fire as part of the broader immigration debate. These experts provide valuable insight and perspective on this pressing issue.
The celebrated STEM educator who inspired a nation with his students’ underdog success story imparts valuable insight on fostering creativity and teamwork, and embracing diversity.
This award-winning journalist and documentarian illustrates the transformative power of storytelling with inspiring personal narratives that shine a light on today’s most pressing social and global issues.
This award-winning Orange is the New Black and Jane the Virgin actress and author of In the Country We Love move audiences with her heartbreaking, yet encouraging story of resilience, and ultimate success.
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author of Enrique's Journey & New York Times Contributing Writer
The Women’s March on Washington co-chair inspires audiences to join the movement to end mass incarceration and work to eliminate racial inequities in the criminal justice system and society-at-large.
The founder of Justice for Migrant Women and the co-founder of Alianza Nacional de Campesinas, Mónica Ramírez authored the “Dear Sisters” letter to women in the entertainment industry, sparking the creation of the TIME’S UP Movement.