#Activism

  • Article: Malala and Greta Thunberg Met in Oxford and Took the Greatest Photo in History

    Malala and Greta Thunberg Met in Oxford and Took the Greatest Photo in History

    By James Hitchings-Hales|Feb. 26, 2020

    Forget the Oscars selfie. This is the single greatest photo that’s ever been taken. Read more

  • Article: South African TV Star Sade Giliberti on Mental Health and Queer Representation

    South African TV Star Sade Giliberti on Mental Health and Queer Representation

    By Itumeleng Letsoalo|Feb. 21, 2020

    We spoke to the former child star turned TV personality about the changes she wants to see. Read more

  • Article: This Teenage Conservationist Is the Youngest Person in Britain to Receive an Honorary Degree

    This Teenage Conservationist Is the Youngest Person in Britain to Receive an Honorary Degree

    By Imogen Calderwood|Feb. 20, 2020

    Mya-Rose Craig filmed her first documentary when she was just seven years old. Read more

  • Feature: 10 Activists Who Had a Breakout Year in 2019

    10 Activists Who Had a Breakout Year in 2019

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Olivia Kestin|Dec. 20, 2019

    These activists are fighting to end poverty. Read more

  • Article: This Cote d’Ivoire Designer Made a Set of Emoji That Shatter Stereotypes About Africa

    This Cote d’Ivoire Designer Made a Set of Emoji That Shatter Stereotypes About Africa

    By Pia Gralki  and  Itumeleng Letsoalo|Nov. 19, 2019

    Representation matters. Read more

  • Article: 4 Things the Winner of the First Cisco Youth Leadership Award Has Learned

    4 Things the Winner of the First Cisco Youth Leadership Award Has Learned

    By Joe McCarthy|Cisco|Nov. 12, 2019

    “We have proven that it’s possible to feed a continent. Next stop — 1 million kids a day.” Read more

  • Article: These Zambians Are Promoting More Diverse Diets to Fight Malnutrition

    These Zambians Are Promoting More Diverse Diets to Fight Malnutrition

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Mwandwe Chileshe|Nov. 7, 2019

    They want to end the reign of maize. Read more

  • Article: Dressed in Colours Worn by Her Rapist, South African Woman Walks 700km to Inspire Hope

    Dressed in Colours Worn by Her Rapist, South African Woman Walks 700km to Inspire Hope

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Oct. 28, 2019

    Leilani Kuter walked 27km a day for 27 days to mark 27 years since becoming a rape survivor. Read more