Heroes Among Us …

Ava DuVernay
for holding a vision of possibility and justice, and for amplifying the voices of women and people of color. Read More..
Dr. Constance Iloh
for improving access to higher education for underrepresented minorities. Read More..
Dr. Sylvia Earle
for your profound commitment to educating people about the oceans and marine life and creating a global network of marine protected areas. Read More..


Elizabeth Kucinich
for your tireless efforts to create a healthy, sustainable and socially responsible food system. Read More..
Eric Holder
for fighting legal battles that support minorities, and for promoting social justice and equality for all. Read More..
Howard Schiffer
for your dedication to improving the lives of malnourished children around the world. Read More..


John Lewis
US House of Representatives
for tirelessly, and with dignity, fighting for integration and civil rights for more than 50 years. Read More..
Kimberly Bryant
for inspiring and empowering women of color to take part in the technological revolution. Read More..
Leonardo DiCaprio
for leveraging your passion and your influence to protect the creatures and the resources of the planet, on behalf of all humanity. Read More..
Michelle Obama
for promoting health, and encouraging sustainable and socially responsible food policy. Read More..
Morgan DeBaun
for your dedication to amplifying the voices of multi-cultural change makers and shifting the way media portrays minorities. Read More..
 Sam Polk
for helping underserved communities fight obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease by increasing healthy food access and education.
Van Jones
for empowering underprivileged, populations to use innovative and peaceful organizational strategies to drive positive change. Read More..
Winona LaDuke
for championing environmental issues and sustainability for American Indians and Indigenous Peoples and communities everywhere. Read More..
Zerlina Maxwell
for heightening awareness about sexual violence and empowering women, especially those of color, to speak up. Read More..