Savannah Hauk: Crossdressing in Pop Culture and Real Life

It can be revered in pop culture. Yet it is often demonized in real life. Savannah Hauk knows this. She…

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Goodie Goodloe: Following the Footsteps of MLK Jr

Compton native Marcus Goodie Goodloe became enamored by Martin Luther King Jr’s legacy and leadership, then followed in his footsteps.

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Nicole Odom-Hardnett: Destigmatizing Addiction

Nicole Odom-Hardnett specializes working with people who struggle with substance abuse. Her mission is to destigmatize them.

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Kevin Palmieri: Overcoming Suicidal Thoughts To Find Light

Kevin Palmieri overcame suicidal thoughts to help others with a no-BS approach to holistic self-improvement.

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Marlene Sharp: In Entertainment, Always Have A Plan B

Marlene Sharp’s advice for surviving and thriving in the entertainment industry is to be nice to everybody, keep an open mind, and work hard.

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Ani Duzdabanyan: Creating a Legacy of Armenian Stories

Ani Duzdabanyan writes stories about the Armenian diaspora and her homeland, thus is front and center in keeping family legacies alive.

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Angela Legh: Trauma Is A Catalyst for Change

Angela Legh’s The Bella Santini Chronicles were written to help guide pre-teens through the emotions she felt as a young girl.

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Wajeeh Lion: At Risk for Living His Truth

His story is heartbreaking, breathtaking, and empowering. Wajeeh Amir Lion is the first openly gay man from Saudi Arabia to obtain political asylum in the US.

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