As artisan workshops in India struggle during the pandemic, Raaha’s initiatives keep the lights on in hundreds of households—at a fair price.
Karuna Nundy speaks truth to power for justice, a force towards the fight for freedom of speech and gender equality with her unmitigable drive.
Liza Chowdhury finds meaning and purpose in teaching social justice and healing traumatized youth, using her expertise to uplift and educate.
Milken Scholarship holders Jahin Rahman and Ashfah Alam are changing the world through education in the United States and Bangladesh.
Sapna Pandya advocates for those who may often be overlooked even by their own cultural peers. This is her incredible story.
In India, caste and sexual identity come together in an intersectionality that works like a double-edged sword for the trans community
Young Shreya Ramachandran is creating a more sustainable water future through The Grey Water Project and is already proving to be a role model
Scorched by the hate that claimed her husband, Sunayana Dumala still manages to spread hope and bring communities together The recent spate of hate crimes against Asian Americans has stunned us all…
Our planet is witnessing a climate crisis of catastrophic proportions. But organizations like Earth Warriors are driving the young to lead the charge.
For more of SEEMA’s Earth Day pioneer showcase, check out Melati Wijsen Drives Youth to Be the Change They Want to SeeFor more of SEEMA’s Earth Day pioneer showcase, check out Melati Wijsen Drives…