Loung Ung, a survivor of the killing fields of Cambodia, reveals what it takes to heal from trauma and rewrite your story.
Elizabeth Gilbert, best-selling author and speaker, illuminates the difference between wonder and ignorance.
Marcia Ann Gillespie, author, editor, and activist, asks us to step out of our "assigned places" and fully into the belonging that is our right.
Sarah Peter is an artist, philanthropist and cofounder of the Omega Women’s Leadership Center (OWLC). She shares insights on how women offer solutions to achieve gender equality.
Halla Tomasdottir is an entrepreneur, business leader, change agent, and the first woman to become managing director of the Iceland Chamber of Commerce. In this excerpt she describes how, in 1975, women in Iceland collectively brought the country...
Like many people, Majora Carter had always aspired to move beyond from the community where she grew up. But after she moved away, and then returned home from college, she realized the political and economic vulnerability of her home neighborhood...
As a child in Cambodia, Loung Ung's parents and two of her siblings were killed and she was forced to train as a child soldier. In this powerful video, she reveals what her mother taught her about the power of the heart to survive anything.
Shirley Velasquez, executive editor of PeopleEnEspañol.com, recalls her journey to keep her father in his adopted homeland.
María Teresa Kumar, founding president and CEO of Voto Latino, draws a direct historical line between the racism all American communities of color have faced.
Bonnie St. John, Paralympic gold medalist, best-selling author, and leadership consultant, describes the importance of speaking candidly about difference.