13 Passionate Under 18 Activists You Should Know

They are perspective and resolute. Every day they work hard to make the world a better place. Despite the young age, they have already decided what they want from life and how to make their dreams come true. Here’re 13 inspiring kids that have brought huge...

/ May 25, 2017

The Story Of Kate Fenner: How To Turn Mental Illness Into Art

Just imagine: you can’t distinguish what is real and what is delusion anymore. People, who surround you, become shadows. Instead, you see eyes and insects, and hear voices and noises, that don’t exist. This is the world of a 19-year-old girl, Kate Fenner, who suffers from...

/ May 25, 2017

Inside ‘The Bootstraps’: The Project That Hands Out Money To Test Universal Basic Income System

Just imagine: every week you get a check, which can cover your basic living expenses. Not a credit or something you have to return. Guaranteed check for $1000. Sounds like dreams come true, right? But what if I told you that it’s not a fairytale, but...

/ May 24, 2017

10 Female Activists You Didn’t Know Are Changing The World

The world is changing, so we are. You can choose what way you’ll go: an easy one or the way that will transform people’ lives. These 10 women have decided to follow the difficult path and have reached an amazing result! Here they are!

/ May 19, 2017

Norman McLaren’s Visual Music: Personal, Experimental And Diverse In Technique

Norman McLaren was at once a practitioner and a theorist of animated art. He made his own music by drawing, etching and photographing patterns directly onto the sound track area of the film and became one of the pioneers of electronic music in the 20th century,...

/ May 18, 2017

Meet Amanda Gorman: The First Youth Poet Laureate Of The West

Called the 'next great figure of poetry in the US', nineteen-year-old Amanda Gorman has been named the first National Youth Poet Laureate! This is just one of her numerous achievements. However, all honors are just means of achieving Amanda’s main goal – to change the attitude...

/ May 16, 2017

Black Girls Code: The Story Of The Project That Is Supported By Barack Obama And Google

“Imagine. Build. Create.” By this motto Kimberly Bryant founded Black Girls Code in 2011. The project was created to give an opportunity to women of color to learn coding. The mission of the project seems impossible: to train 1 million girls around the world by 2040.

/ May 11, 2017

Meet Anicka Yi: The Creator Of Odd And Particular Art

She is 45 and her new brainchild, Guggenheim exhibition, is the result of Anicka’s victory of Hugo Boss Prize. Her works can cause disgust or attraction, but they never remain indifferent.

/ May 9, 2017

Inside The #WeAllGrow: The Largest Community Of Digital Latina Influencers

#WeAllGrow Latina is a Network that helps brands, users and influencers to unite and exchange the cultural nuances of both the Hispanic consumer and their digital behavior. “It all starts with energy — the inimitable passion, enthusiasm and desire for connection that resonates within our Latino...

/ May 8, 2017