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Amanda Gorman Is Speaking Out and It’s Pure Poetry

As the nation’s first-ever youth poet laureate, Amanda Gorman is using her literary talents to educate and inspire young Americans.


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Meet the 13-year-old rapper who’s using her music to speak out about bullying, equality, and race.


Marley Dias Is Making the Literary World a Little More Colorful

After launching her #1000BlackGirlBooks campaign at just 11 years old, Marley Dias has become a literary gamechanger.


Ruby Karp Is Changing the World One Joke at a Time

Activist and comedian Ruby Karp is using humor to speak out on issues that matter.


Mari Copeny Is Flint, Michigan’s 11-Year-Old Hero

Flint, Michigan, resident Mari Copeny is doing all she can to bring clean water back to her community.


Little Bea Red Star Fletcher Packs a Big Laugh

In her comedy podcast, Bea Red Star Fletcher is handing the mic over to female comedians.


Christina Li Is Changing the STEM Stereotype Through Summer Camp

Meet the 20-year-old Standford student who’s sending a crew of young women into the robot age.


Naomi Wadler Is Bringing a New Young Voice to Politics

After organizing a student-led walkout at her elementary school following the Parkland tragedy, Naomi Wadler gave a groundbreaking speech at the March for Our Lives.


Mikaila Ulmer Is Making the Business World a Little Bit Sweeter

At just four years old, this Austin native started a lemonade stand that’s now a national business and nonprofit.


Journi D’Khaos Prewitt Is Bringing Black Girl Magic to Your Mailbox

As the founder of the subscription box Black Butterfly Beautiful, Prewitt is empowering, educating, and entertaining children of color all across the country.


Alexandra Lehman Is Probably the Future President of America

At just 17 years old, Alexandra Lehman is creating an army of politically engaged teens.