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What My Abuela Taught Me About Beauty

An integral part of celebrating my cultura is recognizing our ancestors and the wisdom they passed down. For many Latinas, our abuelas were especially instrumental in shaping our views on beauty and wellness. 

GOOD NEWS: Green Energy, Land Back + More

These may be complicated, distressing, and tiring times, but the good news is that consumer choices matter, protesting is working, and for one California tribe, their land is returning to them.

Good News: The ADA Turns 30

This month, on the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, we’re highlighting impactful wins—large and small.

Collective Memory: Gavin Grimm Wins in Federal Court

Part of celebrating Pride is remembering the progress that’s been made. Here are the collective memories of Caleb Boyles, River Gallo, and Eva Reign—each of whom collaborated with Youth To The People for our With Pride campaign—around Gavin Grimm’s historic victory when he won the right to use his correct bathroom.

Collective Memory: President Obama’s State of the Union Address

Part of celebrating Pride is remembering the progress that’s been made. Harper Watters, River Gallo, Eva Reign, Jared Egusa, and Caleb Boyles—Youth To The People's With Pride campaign collaborators—shared their collective memories from President Barack Obama’s 2015 State of the Union.

Intersectional Environmentalism Is Our Urgent Way Forward

One day it dawned on me that if my feminism can be intersectional, so can my environmentalism. So I decided to define the term Intersectional Environmentalism as this: an inclusive version of environmentalism that advocates for both the protection of people and the planet.

Collective Memory: Love Wins in the Supreme Court

Part of celebrating Pride is remembering the progress that’s been made. Here are the collective memories of the collaborators of Youth To The People's With Pride campaign around a landmark ruling in the Supreme Court, a victory dubbed Love Wins.

Juneteenth in 2020: a Toast to the Afro Future; a Celebration Dripped in Blood

To most, Juneteenth is known as an African-American day of celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. It occurs annually on June 19th. “Juneteenth” is a joyful portmanteau signifying that day.  It’s also known as “Freedom Day,” and some have called it the second Independence Day. But is it, really?