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New York Times
When Political Theater Ditches the Disguises of Fiction
  • New York Times
    The Work Diary of Blair Imani, ‘Herstory’ Historian
  • New York Times
    Theater to Stream: Kristina Wong Runs for Office and ‘Oedipus El Rey’
  • Washington Informer
    Black Women in Politics Need More Support, Panelists Acknowledge with Brittany Packnett Cunningham
  • Radio.com
    Brittany Packnett Cunningham hosts new podcast ‘Undistracted’
  • The St. Louis American
    Brittany Packnett Cunningham to host new weekly podcast ‘Undistracted’
  • Yahoo! News
    ‘Be the person you want them to be,’ says author/comedian on parenting
  • Billboard
    Public Enemy’s Chuck D Talks Return to Def Jam, George Clinton, and Ferocious New Album
  • Media Matters
    Pro-Trump disinformation efforts could tilt the entire election — if media outlets and tech companies let it happen
  • Media Matters
    A decade after screaming about nonexistent “death panels,” Fox News is downplaying the deaths of 200,000 Americans
  • The Body
    Non-Binary Sensation Jeffrey Marsh Wants You to Love You
  • Reuters
    New York Times under fire for ‘homophobic’ cartoon of Trump and Putin
  • Bustle
    These Vines Will Soothe Your Soul In 6 Seconds
  • TIME
    Social Media Star Jeffrey Marsh on How to Live Your Best Life
  • O Magazine
    QUIZ: How Well Do You Know Yourself?
  • NBC
    OutFront: Genderqueer Advocate Jeffrey Marsh on “How to Be You”
  • NewsMaxTV
    Jeffrey Marsh takes on conservative cable news host, Newsmax
  • KTLA
    The Gender Fluid Generation with Jeffrey Marsh
  • NPR
    Host Michel Martin speaks with a roundtable of journalists and commentators about the latest buzz in the world of pop culture
  • NPR
    Roundtable: Are White Gay Men Stealing ‘Culture’ From Black Women?”
  • NPR
    Black, Gay and Scared of Sex
  • WNYC
    There Goes The Neighborhood
  • Sirius XM Radio
    Michael Arceneaux Says “Don’t F**k With The BeyHive” & Thinks Bieber Should Move Out The USA
  • NPR
    Neither A ‘Sissy’ Nor A Saint: An Offer Of Priesthood Prompts A Coming Out
  • Journalist Michael Arceneaux Explains How He Officially Came Out of The Closet
  • MSNBC
    So Popular with Janet Mock
  • Comedy Central
    The Opposition with Jordan Keppler
  • Viceland
    Michael Arceneaux’s Vegan Soul Food Dinner with Erykah Badu
  • Viceland
    Writer Michael Arceneaux is Back
  • Bay View
    Disentangling US team sports and US militarism
  • Forbes
    Interview With Brittany Packnett Cunningham: On Building Teams, Not Saviors And What It Will Take To Achieve Racial Justice
  • Forbes
    When Black Women Lead, We All Win: 10 Inspiring Leaders Show Us The Way
  • New York Times
    How Hate Gets Counted
  • Penguim Random House
    Fauja Singh Keeps Going
  • On Being
    Simran Jeet Singh A Simple Way to Shatter Stereotypes
  • Auburn Seminary
    SIMRAN JEET SINGH: ACTIVISM NOT BY CHOICE, BUT BY NECESSITY
  • Harvard Divinity School
    Responding to Hate with Grace
  • WNYC
    One Man Called Another a Racial Slur. Then They Shook Hands.
  • Good Morning America
    ‘Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris’: Simran Jeet Singh on the values behind Sikhism
  • Slate
    The Things Brown-Skinned Men Do to Make People Comfortable
  • News Week
    Rabia Chaudry Talks Use of Media In Adnan Syed’s Case From ‘Serial’ to HBO Documentary
  • Innocence Project
    The Woman Behind Season One of Serial: Rabia Chaudry Releases New Book on the Untold Story of Adnan Syed and the Murder Case that Captivated Millions
  • Bustle
    Amy Berg & Rabia Chaudry On Bringing ‘Serial’ To TV & The Struggles Faced On The Way
  • NBC
    Coronavirus is changing sports already. How bad will it get?
  • The Guardian
    Kristina Wong: pushing the envelope on race, rights and America
  • LA Weekly
    BEST OF L.A. ARTS: ARTIST KRISTINA WONG
  • LA Weekly
    EVENT PICK: KRISTINA WONG FOR PUBLIC OFFICE
  • Digital PW
    Finding the Bright Side
  • Publisher’s Weekly
    The Hilarious World of Depression
  • The Cut
    How a Trans Teen Got Her Quinceañera
  • Remezcla
    Trans Latina Actress Zoey Luna Cast in Remake of ’90s Cult Classic ‘The Craft’
  • Deadline
    Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone, Zoey Luna Join Cailee Spaeny To Lead ‘The Craft’ Remake From Blumhouse
  • TEDx
    Ziad Ahmed talks about youth stereotypes in this fun TEDx talk.
  • Teen Vogue
    Because of Trump, I’ve Had a Conversation With Almost Every Single Person in My School
  • Washington Post
    Ziad Ahmed wrote one hashtag one hundred times for his college admission essay: #BlackLivesMatter. He got in.
  • Bitch Media
    Coming out as Bi When You’re Muslim and Married
  • NPR
    In A Climate Of Fear, A Comedian Remembers What Makes Her Brave
  • Bustle
    Comedian Zahra Noorbakhsh On What’s Missing From The Conversation Around Louis C.K.’s Apology
  • NPR
    After Trump’s Election, A Nonpracticing Muslim Returns To Prayer
  • New York Times
    It’s Not This Muslim Comedian’s Job to Open Your Mind
  • NPR
    ‘See You Tonight!’ ‘I Needed This!’: How A Ritual Friday Gathering Brought Healing
  • SYFY
    ZACH BARACK IS MARVEL’S FIRST OUT TRANSGENDER ACTOR
  • Chicago Tribune
    LIFESTYLES How ‘Spider-Man’ star and Evanston native Zach Barack, the first openly transgender actor featured in a Marvel film, shed his own secret identity
  • NBC
    Transgender actor Zach Barack lands role in new ‘Spider-Man’ movie
  • Vanity Fair
    Tegan and Sara Criticize—and Come to Terms With—Their Past Selves
  • Entertainment Weekly
    Tegan and Sara: The High School Years
  • AnOther
    Sara, of Tegan and Sara, on Growing Up Gay
  • Forbes
    From Instagram To Founder: Shavone Charles Is Shaping The Future For Next-Gen Creatives
  • Forbes
    How Shavone Charles Created Her Dream Job In Tech
  • Hypebeast
    Shavone Charles Is Shaping the Tech Industry as a Champion of the Culture
  • Papermag.com
    Undocumented Activist Sara Mora Talks DACA
  • Do Something
    MEET THE 22-YEAR-OLD ORGANIZER POWERING THE MOVEMENT FOR IMMIGRANTS’ RIGHTS
  • Assembly
    Q&A with undocumented immigrant rights activist Sara Mora
  • Cosmopolitan
    Sara Benincasa on How to Inspire Change With Comedy
  • Laughing Matters
    Comedians Tackling Depression & Anxiety Makes Us Feel Seen
  • GOMAG
    GO Proudly Presents: 100 Women We Love, Class Of 2020
  • Gettin' Better
    She’s Good Enough with Sara Benincasa
  • US News
    How to Successfully Work Remotely
  • Stylist
    Rabia Chaudry on why race and religion are key to The Case Against Adnan Syed
  • Sojourners
    RABIA CHAUDRY ON THE URGENCY OF JUSTICE WORK
  • Boston.gov
    Miracle Olatunji named 2019 EXTRAordinary Woman
  • Forbes
    How High School Founder Miracle Olatunji Is Democratizing Opportunity
  • Jezebel
    Michael Arceneaux Can’t Date Jesus | Jezebel Quickies
  • AM to DM
    Author Michael Arceneaux On His Book “I Can’t Date Jesus,” Beyoncé, And His “Thotty Leanings”
  • Simon & Schuster Books
    The Truth About Being Broke
  • Entertainment Weekly
    Michael Ian Black wrote a book for his son about how to be A Better Man
  • New York Times
    The Boys Are Not All Right
  • Marquette University Television
    Arcade Fire: Being the Difference
  • Eventbrite
    PLUS1 is affecting real change by harnesses the convening power of audiences to be an engine for real change.
  • Forbes
    PLUS1 Founder Marika Anthony Shaw Is Changing How We Give
  • Broadway.com
    Children of a Lesser God Star Lauren Ridloff on Early Life Lessons & Seeing Eye to Eye with Co-Star Joshua Jackson
  • TEDx
    Joshua Jackson & Lauren Ridloff | TEDxBroadway
  • New York Times
    The Real Naked Selfies Are Coming
  • Splinter News
    The problem with how men perceive rape
  • Live From America
    The return of Louie CK’s debate
  • Heavy.com
    Kimberly Jones: Atlanta Author, Director And Screenwriter Goes Viral with Video About Looting During Protests
  • TMZ
    Black People ‘Exceptionally Forgiving’ Now We’re Fighting for Our Rights!!!
  • Publisher’s Weekly
    YA Author Kimberly Jones’s Video on Racism Goes Viral
  • CNN
    Kimberly Jones on the death of George Floyd and others.
  • BBC News
    Black Lives Matter: ‘How can we win?’ Monopoly analogy explained
  • O Magazine
    The Gender Fluid Generation with Jeffrey Marsh
  • Forbes
    Black On Capitol Hill: 5 Women Share Their Motivations And How To Get Involved
  • NBC
    NBCBLK28: Jamira Burley: Policy in the Time of Social Justice
  • Forbes
    From Murder To The Mayor’s Office: A Story Of Grit And Excellence
  • Insider.com
    People with disabilities are sharing their uncomfortable experiences with able-bodied people on Twitter
  • Forbes
    Imani writes about disabled people for Forbes Magazine
  • Bustle
    All My Life, People Have Told Me I’m “An Inspiration.” Here’s Why It’s So Harmful.
  • NBC
    A Cookbook Getting Millennials Back in the Kitchen
  • Lets Get Lexi
    Paleo Latkes | Gabi Moskowitz and Hunter Pence
  • The Oprah Network
    The Adorable Breakfast You Eat Out of a Jar
  • The Atlantic
    The First Artificial Insemination Was an Ethical Nightmare
  • New York Times
    Weighing the Ethics of Artificial Wombs
  • Bitch Media
    What “The Golden Girls” Taught Me About Bioethics
  • Anti-Racism as a Mindful Practice
  • The Bull Horn
    Simran Jeet Singh: Fauja Singh Keeps Going
  • Religion News
    Becoming Less Racist: Lighting the Path to Anti-Racism
  • KIPP
    KIPP Keynote Brittany Packnett at KSS 2017
  • Aspen Ideas Festival
    2020 and the Edge of Transformation
  • Talent Connect
    Confidence: The main ingredient
  • India Abroad
    The (real) girl from Quantico: Former FBI agent Asha Rangappa
  • State Bar of Texas
    Asha Rangappa speak before the State Bar of Texas
  • Elle Magazine
    FBI Agent Turned CNN Analyst Asha Rangappa Wants To Restore Your Faith In America
  • New York Times
    Breaking the Salary Sharing Taboo
  • Refinery29
    I’m A Pregnant CEO & Want Business Leaders To Stand Up For Abortion Rights
  • Good Morning America
    Viral Twitter thread asks working women for advice to younger selves
  • Forbes
    The Myth Of CEO Work-Life Balance
  • Make it
    Why this former lawyer wants to transform workplaces ‘built by and for men’
  • Washington Post
    Moms are punished in the workplace, even when we own the business
  • Kelly and Ryan
    Ali Stroker – I Can’t Say No – Oklahoma! – Live with Kelly and Ryan
  • People Magazine
    Ali Stroker became the first actor in a wheelchair ever to win a Tony Award on June 9
  • Daily Trojan
    Ali Stroker shares story of perseverance and success
  • Vogue Uk
    The Week In Review With Raven Smith
  • Vulture
    Abducted in Plain Sight Is a Documentary That Must Be Seen to Be Believed
  • Thrillist
    Why Everyone’s Talking About Netflix’s Shocking True-Crime Doc ‘Abducted in Plain Sight’
  • Rolling Stone
    ‘Leaving Neverland’ Asks an Uncomfortable Question: How Culpable Are the Parents?
  • Rolling Stone
    ‘Abducted in Plain Sight’: Doc Is Stranger-Than-Fiction Tale of 1970s Kidnapping
  • Vice
    ‘Abducted in Plain Sight’ Is the Craziest True Crime Documentary on Netflix
  • NPR
    ‘Well-Read Black Girl’ Turns Books Into Community
  • LA Times
    Meet the innovative literary leader Glory Edim of Well-Read Black Girl
  • ColorLines
    Glory Edim On Reading as Activism
  • New York Times
    ‘Well-Read Black Girl’ Is Bigger Than Glory Edim
  • PBS Books
    How Glory Edim’s online book club provides community for ‘invisible’ black women
  • PBS Books
    Glory Edim on “Well-Read Black Girl” at the 2018 Miami Book Fair
  • CBS
    ‘I’m Not Dying With You Tonight’ authors discuss 2015 Baltimore Riots
New York Times
When Political Theater Ditches the Disguises of Fiction
  • New York Times
    The Work Diary of Blair Imani, ‘Herstory’ Historian
  • New York Times
    Theater to Stream: Kristina Wong Runs for Office and ‘Oedipus El Rey’
  • Washington Informer
    Black Women in Politics Need More Support, Panelists Acknowledge with Brittany Packnett Cunningham
  • Radio.com
    Brittany Packnett Cunningham hosts new podcast ‘Undistracted’
  • The St. Louis American
    Brittany Packnett Cunningham to host new weekly podcast ‘Undistracted’
  • Billboard
    Public Enemy’s Chuck D Talks Return to Def Jam, George Clinton, and Ferocious New Album
  • Media Matters
    Pro-Trump disinformation efforts could tilt the entire election — if media outlets and tech companies let it happen
  • Media Matters
    A decade after screaming about nonexistent “death panels,” Fox News is downplaying the deaths of 200,000 Americans
  • Reuters
    New York Times under fire for ‘homophobic’ cartoon of Trump and Putin
  • Bustle
    These Vines Will Soothe Your Soul In 6 Seconds
  • O Magazine
    QUIZ: How Well Do You Know Yourself?
  • NewsMaxTV
    Jeffrey Marsh takes on conservative cable news host, Newsmax
  • KTLA
    The Gender Fluid Generation with Jeffrey Marsh
  • NPR
    Host Michel Martin speaks with a roundtable of journalists and commentators about the latest buzz in the world of pop culture
  • NPR
    Roundtable: Are White Gay Men Stealing ‘Culture’ From Black Women?”
  • NPR
    Black, Gay and Scared of Sex
  • Sirius XM Radio
    Michael Arceneaux Says “Don’t F**k With The BeyHive” & Thinks Bieber Should Move Out The USA
  • NPR
    Neither A ‘Sissy’ Nor A Saint: An Offer Of Priesthood Prompts A Coming Out
  • Journalist Michael Arceneaux Explains How He Officially Came Out of The Closet
  • MSNBC
    So Popular with Janet Mock
  • Comedy Central
    The Opposition with Jordan Keppler
  • Viceland
    Writer Michael Arceneaux is Back
  • Bay View
    Disentangling US team sports and US militarism
  • Forbes
    Interview With Brittany Packnett Cunningham: On Building Teams, Not Saviors And What It Will Take To Achieve Racial Justice
  • Forbes
    When Black Women Lead, We All Win: 10 Inspiring Leaders Show Us The Way
  • New York Times
    How Hate Gets Counted
  • Penguim Random House
    Fauja Singh Keeps Going
  • On Being
    Simran Jeet Singh A Simple Way to Shatter Stereotypes
  • Auburn Seminary
    SIMRAN JEET SINGH: ACTIVISM NOT BY CHOICE, BUT BY NECESSITY
  • Harvard Divinity School
    Responding to Hate with Grace
  • WNYC
    One Man Called Another a Racial Slur. Then They Shook Hands.
  • Good Morning America
    ‘Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris’: Simran Jeet Singh on the values behind Sikhism
  • Slate
    The Things Brown-Skinned Men Do to Make People Comfortable
  • News Week
    Rabia Chaudry Talks Use of Media In Adnan Syed’s Case From ‘Serial’ to HBO Documentary
  • Innocence Project
    The Woman Behind Season One of Serial: Rabia Chaudry Releases New Book on the Untold Story of Adnan Syed and the Murder Case that Captivated Millions
  • Bustle
    Amy Berg & Rabia Chaudry On Bringing ‘Serial’ To TV & The Struggles Faced On The Way
  • NBC
    Coronavirus is changing sports already. How bad will it get?
  • The Guardian
    Kristina Wong: pushing the envelope on race, rights and America
  • LA Weekly
    BEST OF L.A. ARTS: ARTIST KRISTINA WONG
  • LA Weekly
    EVENT PICK: KRISTINA WONG FOR PUBLIC OFFICE
  • Digital PW
    Finding the Bright Side
  • Publisher’s Weekly
    The Hilarious World of Depression
  • The Cut
    How a Trans Teen Got Her Quinceañera
  • Remezcla
    Trans Latina Actress Zoey Luna Cast in Remake of ’90s Cult Classic ‘The Craft’
  • Deadline
    Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone, Zoey Luna Join Cailee Spaeny To Lead ‘The Craft’ Remake From Blumhouse
  • TEDx
    Ziad Ahmed talks about youth stereotypes in this fun TEDx talk.
  • Teen Vogue
    Because of Trump, I’ve Had a Conversation With Almost Every Single Person in My School
  • Washington Post
    Ziad Ahmed wrote one hashtag one hundred times for his college admission essay: #BlackLivesMatter. He got in.
  • Bitch Media
    Coming out as Bi When You’re Muslim and Married
  • NPR
    In A Climate Of Fear, A Comedian Remembers What Makes Her Brave
  • Bustle
    Comedian Zahra Noorbakhsh On What’s Missing From The Conversation Around Louis C.K.’s Apology
  • NPR
    After Trump’s Election, A Nonpracticing Muslim Returns To Prayer
  • New York Times
    It’s Not This Muslim Comedian’s Job to Open Your Mind
  • NPR
    ‘See You Tonight!’ ‘I Needed This!’: How A Ritual Friday Gathering Brought Healing
  • SYFY
    ZACH BARACK IS MARVEL’S FIRST OUT TRANSGENDER ACTOR
  • Chicago Tribune
    LIFESTYLES How ‘Spider-Man’ star and Evanston native Zach Barack, the first openly transgender actor featured in a Marvel film, shed his own secret identity
  • NBC
    Transgender actor Zach Barack lands role in new ‘Spider-Man’ movie
  • Vanity Fair
    Tegan and Sara Criticize—and Come to Terms With—Their Past Selves
  • Entertainment Weekly
    Tegan and Sara: The High School Years
  • AnOther
    Sara, of Tegan and Sara, on Growing Up Gay
  • Forbes
    From Instagram To Founder: Shavone Charles Is Shaping The Future For Next-Gen Creatives
  • Forbes
    How Shavone Charles Created Her Dream Job In Tech
  • Hypebeast
    Shavone Charles Is Shaping the Tech Industry as a Champion of the Culture
  • Papermag.com
    Undocumented Activist Sara Mora Talks DACA
  • Do Something
    MEET THE 22-YEAR-OLD ORGANIZER POWERING THE MOVEMENT FOR IMMIGRANTS’ RIGHTS
  • Assembly
    Q&A with undocumented immigrant rights activist Sara Mora
  • Cosmopolitan
    Sara Benincasa on How to Inspire Change With Comedy
  • Laughing Matters
    Comedians Tackling Depression & Anxiety Makes Us Feel Seen
  • GOMAG
    GO Proudly Presents: 100 Women We Love, Class Of 2020
  • Gettin' Better
    She’s Good Enough with Sara Benincasa
  • US News
    How to Successfully Work Remotely
  • Stylist
    Rabia Chaudry on why race and religion are key to The Case Against Adnan Syed
  • Sojourners
    RABIA CHAUDRY ON THE URGENCY OF JUSTICE WORK
  • Boston.gov
    Miracle Olatunji named 2019 EXTRAordinary Woman
  • Forbes
    How High School Founder Miracle Olatunji Is Democratizing Opportunity
  • Jezebel
    Michael Arceneaux Can’t Date Jesus | Jezebel Quickies
  • AM to DM
    Author Michael Arceneaux On His Book “I Can’t Date Jesus,” Beyoncé, And His “Thotty Leanings”
  • Simon & Schuster Books
    The Truth About Being Broke
  • Entertainment Weekly
    Michael Ian Black wrote a book for his son about how to be A Better Man
  • New York Times
    The Boys Are Not All Right
  • Marquette University Television
    Arcade Fire: Being the Difference
  • Eventbrite
    PLUS1 is affecting real change by harnesses the convening power of audiences to be an engine for real change.
  • Forbes
    PLUS1 Founder Marika Anthony Shaw Is Changing How We Give
  • Broadway.com
    Children of a Lesser God Star Lauren Ridloff on Early Life Lessons & Seeing Eye to Eye with Co-Star Joshua Jackson
  • TEDx
    Joshua Jackson & Lauren Ridloff | TEDxBroadway
  • New York Times
    The Real Naked Selfies Are Coming
  • Splinter News
    The problem with how men perceive rape
  • Live From America
    The return of Louie CK’s debate
  • Heavy.com
    Kimberly Jones: Atlanta Author, Director And Screenwriter Goes Viral with Video About Looting During Protests
  • TMZ
    Black People ‘Exceptionally Forgiving’ Now We’re Fighting for Our Rights!!!
  • Publisher’s Weekly
    YA Author Kimberly Jones’s Video on Racism Goes Viral
  • CNN
    Kimberly Jones on the death of George Floyd and others.
  • BBC News
    Black Lives Matter: ‘How can we win?’ Monopoly analogy explained
  • Forbes
    Black On Capitol Hill: 5 Women Share Their Motivations And How To Get Involved
  • NBC
    NBCBLK28: Jamira Burley: Policy in the Time of Social Justice
  • Forbes
    From Murder To The Mayor’s Office: A Story Of Grit And Excellence
  • Insider.com
    People with disabilities are sharing their uncomfortable experiences with able-bodied people on Twitter
  • Forbes
    Imani writes about disabled people for Forbes Magazine
  • Bustle
    All My Life, People Have Told Me I’m “An Inspiration.” Here’s Why It’s So Harmful.
  • Anti-Racism as a Mindful Practice
  • The Bull Horn
    Simran Jeet Singh: Fauja Singh Keeps Going
  • KIPP
    KIPP Keynote Brittany Packnett at KSS 2017
  • Aspen Ideas Festival
    2020 and the Edge of Transformation
  • Talent Connect
    Confidence: The main ingredient
  • Kelly and Ryan
    Ali Stroker – I Can’t Say No – Oklahoma! – Live with Kelly and Ryan
  • People Magazine
    Ali Stroker became the first actor in a wheelchair ever to win a Tony Award on June 9
  • Daily Trojan
    Ali Stroker shares story of perseverance and success
  • NPR
    ‘Well-Read Black Girl’ Turns Books Into Community
  • LA Times
    Meet the innovative literary leader Glory Edim of Well-Read Black Girl
  • ColorLines
    Glory Edim On Reading as Activism
  • New York Times
    ‘Well-Read Black Girl’ Is Bigger Than Glory Edim
  • PBS Books
    How Glory Edim’s online book club provides community for ‘invisible’ black women
  • PBS Books
    Glory Edim on “Well-Read Black Girl” at the 2018 Miami Book Fair
  • CBS
    ‘I’m Not Dying With You Tonight’ authors discuss 2015 Baltimore Riots
New York Times
The Work Diary of Blair Imani, ‘Herstory’ Historian
  • The St. Louis American
    Brittany Packnett Cunningham to host new weekly podcast ‘Undistracted’
  • The Body
    Non-Binary Sensation Jeffrey Marsh Wants You to Love You
  • Reuters
    New York Times under fire for ‘homophobic’ cartoon of Trump and Putin
  • Bustle
    These Vines Will Soothe Your Soul In 6 Seconds
  • TIME
    Social Media Star Jeffrey Marsh on How to Live Your Best Life
  • O Magazine
    QUIZ: How Well Do You Know Yourself?
  • NBC
    OutFront: Genderqueer Advocate Jeffrey Marsh on “How to Be You”
  • NewsMaxTV
    Jeffrey Marsh takes on conservative cable news host, Newsmax
  • KTLA
    The Gender Fluid Generation with Jeffrey Marsh
  • NPR
    Roundtable: Are White Gay Men Stealing ‘Culture’ From Black Women?”
  • WNYC
    There Goes The Neighborhood
  • Journalist Michael Arceneaux Explains How He Officially Came Out of The Closet
  • MSNBC
    So Popular with Janet Mock
  • Comedy Central
    The Opposition with Jordan Keppler
  • Viceland
    Writer Michael Arceneaux is Back
  • TEDx
    Ziad Ahmed talks about youth stereotypes in this fun TEDx talk.
  • Teen Vogue
    Because of Trump, I’ve Had a Conversation With Almost Every Single Person in My School
  • Washington Post
    Ziad Ahmed wrote one hashtag one hundred times for his college admission essay: #BlackLivesMatter. He got in.
  • Bitch Media
    Coming out as Bi When You’re Muslim and Married
  • NPR
    In A Climate Of Fear, A Comedian Remembers What Makes Her Brave
  • Bustle
    Comedian Zahra Noorbakhsh On What’s Missing From The Conversation Around Louis C.K.’s Apology
  • NPR
    After Trump’s Election, A Nonpracticing Muslim Returns To Prayer
  • New York Times
    It’s Not This Muslim Comedian’s Job to Open Your Mind
  • NBC
    Transgender actor Zach Barack lands role in new ‘Spider-Man’ movie
  • AnOther
    Sara, of Tegan and Sara, on Growing Up Gay
  • Forbes
    How Shavone Charles Created Her Dream Job In Tech
  • Hypebeast
    Shavone Charles Is Shaping the Tech Industry as a Champion of the Culture
  • Cosmopolitan
    Sara Benincasa on How to Inspire Change With Comedy
  • GOMAG
    GO Proudly Presents: 100 Women We Love, Class Of 2020
  • US News
    How to Successfully Work Remotely
  • Boston.gov
    Miracle Olatunji named 2019 EXTRAordinary Woman
  • Jezebel
    Michael Arceneaux Can’t Date Jesus | Jezebel Quickies
  • AM to DM
    Author Michael Arceneaux On His Book “I Can’t Date Jesus,” Beyoncé, And His “Thotty Leanings”
  • Simon & Schuster Books
    The Truth About Being Broke
  • Insider.com
    People with disabilities are sharing their uncomfortable experiences with able-bodied people on Twitter
  • Forbes
    Imani writes about disabled people for Forbes Magazine
  • Anti-Racism as a Mindful Practice
  • The Bull Horn
    Simran Jeet Singh: Fauja Singh Keeps Going
  • Religion News
    Becoming Less Racist: Lighting the Path to Anti-Racism
  • Aspen Ideas Festival
    2020 and the Edge of Transformation
  • Talent Connect
    Confidence: The main ingredient
  • Kelly and Ryan
    Ali Stroker – I Can’t Say No – Oklahoma! – Live with Kelly and Ryan
  • People Magazine
    Ali Stroker became the first actor in a wheelchair ever to win a Tony Award on June 9
  • Daily Trojan
    Ali Stroker shares story of perseverance and success
New York Times
The Work Diary of Blair Imani, ‘Herstory’ Historian
  • The St. Louis American
    Brittany Packnett Cunningham to host new weekly podcast ‘Undistracted’
  • NPR
    Roundtable: Are White Gay Men Stealing ‘Culture’ From Black Women?”
  • NPR
    Black, Gay and Scared of Sex
  • WNYC
    There Goes The Neighborhood
  • Sirius XM Radio
    Michael Arceneaux Says “Don’t F**k With The BeyHive” & Thinks Bieber Should Move Out The USA
  • NPR
    Neither A ‘Sissy’ Nor A Saint: An Offer Of Priesthood Prompts A Coming Out
  • Journalist Michael Arceneaux Explains How He Officially Came Out of The Closet
  • MSNBC
    So Popular with Janet Mock
  • Comedy Central
    The Opposition with Jordan Keppler
  • Viceland
    Writer Michael Arceneaux is Back
  • Forbes
    Interview With Brittany Packnett Cunningham: On Building Teams, Not Saviors And What It Will Take To Achieve Racial Justice
  • Forbes
    When Black Women Lead, We All Win: 10 Inspiring Leaders Show Us The Way
  • New York Times
    How Hate Gets Counted
  • Harvard Divinity School
    Responding to Hate with Grace
  • WNYC
    One Man Called Another a Racial Slur. Then They Shook Hands.
  • Good Morning America
    ‘Journeys of Faith with Paula Faris’: Simran Jeet Singh on the values behind Sikhism
  • Slate
    The Things Brown-Skinned Men Do to Make People Comfortable
  • News Week
    Rabia Chaudry Talks Use of Media In Adnan Syed’s Case From ‘Serial’ to HBO Documentary
  • Innocence Project
    The Woman Behind Season One of Serial: Rabia Chaudry Releases New Book on the Untold Story of Adnan Syed and the Murder Case that Captivated Millions
  • Papermag.com
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