Tanya Lozano works to defend and strengthen the underserved communities of Chicago. Through the creation of a fitness studio in her family’s church, Tanya has established a sanctuary that grew to offer much more than just $5 fitness classes.
“I find it interesting that the Peace Corps, whose mission is to improve relationships between the U.S. and other countries and foster relationships, has unintentionally created these relationships that have produced multicultural children.“
Over a year after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico still faces dire community concerns. Award-winning Puerto Rican journalist and producer, Lilia Luciano, shares how everyday people can still make a difference in the PR humanitarian crisis.
How do you write an article without falling into the trap of the single story narrative? Fulbright National Geographic storyteller, Janice Cantieri, talks about her career and the duty of responsible storytelling.
After learning about a family member’s story of childhood abuse, Tatiana Shanks, 20 year old screenwriter, producer and director, decided to bring to light this sinister issue in her latest short film, Far Away Places.
MichaeLynn “Chaely” Kanichy shares her experience growing up on the Makah reservation and overcoming culture shock in college. Driven by her struggles as an indigenous student at Stanford, Chaely is now on a mission to help prepare other Native Americans for college success.