Breakthrough is a global human rights organization driving the culture change we need to build a world in which all people live with dignity, equality, and respect. We do this using a potent mix of media, arts, and tech with an intersectional feminist approach.
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Cheyenne is a Latina, former Junior Paralympian, actress/model, student, and accessibility advocate from the West Coast. Drawing from her mother’s unyielding support, she began to combat systemic injustices during her youth. When faced with a school district’s discriminatory policy that prevented her from participating in track and field, with the claim that her disability was…Read More
Summer (she/her) is an Armenian, Japanese and Jewish musician from Hawaii who studied in a predominately white university. Being from Hawaii, where only 2% of the population is white and mainly comprises people of color, the transition to a primarily white university made Summer hyper-aware of racial inequality and white ignorance. Deciding to pursue a…Read More
Justice for Black Girls Means EveryBlackGirl 2021 Virtual Conference with Nakisha M. Lewis, 2021 Legacy Award Recipient
Justice for Black Girls in collaboration with EveryBlackGirl Inc, presented their 2021 Virtual conference on Sunday, October 31, 2021. Among those honored was Nakisha M. Lewis, with the 2021 Legacy Award.Read More
Eutalia is a proud Filipina-American that celebrates her culture through her artwork, “A lot of what I do includes my background as a Filipino-American and really just telling stories through charismatic women,” she says. Approaching stories with playful perspectives and vibrant color palettes, her art centers on bold and flirty women inspired by the women…Read More
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