Advocates for acceptance and authenticity who challenge audiences to examine how privilege interacts with oppression and inspire participants to embrace all aspects of their identities.
Known for her groundbreaking role on Orange is the New Black, this transgender actress and advocate demonstrates the potency of living an authentic life.
As co-creator of the Black Lives Matter movement, this dedicated activist and artist inspires audiences to organize and stand together in pursuit of social justice.
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.
At the forefront of discussions about race relations on college campuses, the former University of Missouri student body president offers practical strategies for fostering acceptance and diversity.
While initiating dialogue around race, gender and identity, this co-founder of the Black Lives Matter Canada chapter empowers audiences to engage in social activism.
The first openly LGBTQ player to be drafted in any major American sport inspires courage and commitment to self-truth in the face of unrelenting adversity.
This USC Professor discusses the past, present, and future of e-Sports and the importance of diversity both in the industry as well as all STEM fields.
Actress on the groundbreaking FX Series, POSE, Dominique Jackson shares her journey and strives to command respect, not tolerance for the trans community.
A powerful symbol of courage, determination and strength, this transgender fashion and role model inspires commitment to acceptance and self-truth.
LGBTQ advocate and model Amiyah Scott made history as the first transgender actress to play a transgender character as Cotton in Lee Daniels’ series, Star.