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Beautiful People: Raquel Willis, Activist + Writer

Residing in Brooklyn, New York, Raquel Willis is a Black trans woman whose role encompasses journalism, organizing, and activism, and is using her voice to bring necessary change by ending isolation, and increasing beauty by sharing opportunity.

From YTTP Studios Comes ‘To The People’ Podcast

Every Sunday, you’ll meet visionaries and community builders who are creating the changes they dream of seeing in the world. In season 00, episode 01, Alyssa is joined by YTTP co-founder Greg Gonzalez and Deun Ivory—the multidisciplinary artist and founder of nonprofit, The Body: A Home For Love.

How Mariah Dyson Went From Running Marathons to Running Nonprofit GirlGangCrazy

Alongside founding members Felicia La Tour, Yasmin Antonio, and Carlee Qualls, Dyson recently established GirlGangCrazy as a nonprofit organization with a focus on empowerment and advocacy. To The People caught up with Dyson to talk support, sisterhood, dreaming, and what’s up next for GirlGangCrazy.

For Saturn, Self Care Is Honoring Your Identity

Identity has always been a power for me; it has been self-care to carve out my identity, take that out into the world, and find a balance between what I want from it and what it has given to me. A strong identity has carried me through a lot. 

Meet The People: Jacqui Whang on Radical Giving + Putting Her Faith in Gen Z

Jacqui Whang is a Korean American educator who is passionate about mental health and self-care, and how the two can be prioritized through every aspect of life. She's also the co-founder of GirlSpace Compton, a sisterhood-focused endeavor hosting workshops, conferences, and other activities that center confidence, leadership, and unity.

Meet The People: Sage Adams on Gender Expression + Growing Art Hoe Collective

Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, Sage Adams is a 23-year-old artist, curator, and creative director for the multi-Grammy-nominated artist SZA. Mx. Adams is also co-founder of the Art Hoe Collective which utilizes Instagram to promote primarily queer BIPOC artists and other underrepresented individuals.

Collective Healing in Nature Starts with Access for All

Hike Clerb is an intersectional womxn’s hike club based in Los Angeles that empowers womxn of color to get outdoors through inclusive and accessible experiences. I’m proud to be a part of a community that is breaking down the barriers to access, not only the outdoors but our inherent right to healing in it.

Saturn Responds to the Youth Questionnaire

Welcome to Saturn’s orbit. Taking vocal inspiration from the likes of T-Boz, Brandy, and Britney Spears, Saturn gracefully embodies authenticity and strength.