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Amanda Gorman Amanda Gorman was the first poet to perform at the Super Bowl and recently spoke at President Joe Biden’s inauguration on January 20. During her Super Bowl speech, she highlighted three individuals for their leadership. At the inauguration, she presented her poem, “The Hill We Climb.” Gorman is also the first National Youth Poet Laurette and LA Youth Poet Laureate.   View this … Continue reading The A List

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Sara Mora Sara Mora is an avid immigration activist and supporter. Throughout her childhood, she worked with church programs to help undocumented and underprivileged families. She has previously worked with DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy) in the past, but what sparked the Internet’s interest was when she revealed that she was undocumented. She has started Population MIC to give voices to stories that … Continue reading The A-List

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Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Her Legacy Ginsburg passed on September 18, 2020, in Washington D.C., after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Ginsburg fought throughout her life to provide women and the LGBTQ+ community opportunities in the workforce and life. For more information on her legacy, read our article 10 of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Contributions and Her Legacy. Selena Gomez and Her Launch of Rare Beauty … Continue reading The A-List

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Barbie Ferreira The model opened up about being labeled as a plus-size model in the modeling world. She discusses that early in her modeling career, she was marked as a plus-size model and how that the industry should be labeling beauty in all models and not trying to create a divide. She discusses that this is something the industry should’ve addressed by now. Barbie explains … Continue reading The A List