Street vendors in Los Angeles are estimated to generate an average of $204 per week or a little over $10,000 a year.
A 20-year-old is turning plastic bags into sleeping mats for people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles.
After graduating and joining NASA, Susan Martinez noticed a certain level of gatekeeping within the engineering field.
This is the first time any deodorant brand has produced a product specifically for and by people with disabilities.
When Jaclyn Murphy was nine, she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Today, she’s giving back to kids with cancer.
Sashee Chandran started Tea Drops as a way to enjoy her favorite drink without the microplastics or waste.
British retailer ASOS is being praised for its decision to use a woman with a cochlear implant to model earrings.
Neftali Martín cried when he saw what his coworker, Joel Ortega, did for him to show solidarity in Martín’s fight against cancer.
Carrie Metz-Caporusso’s “roll flowers” are a response to the lack of fat people’s tattoos being shared.
Nadia Nazar is co-founder of Zero Hour, a youth-led climate justice organization.