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Hummbowl

by Liora Yuklea

“I am creating storytelling tableware to humanize Israelis and Palestinians.”

Come Together Birmingham

by Rachel Dixon

“Come Together Birmingham is dedicated to improving race relations in Birmingham, Alabama, and it explores how healing and reconciliation from segregation and Jim Crow can be achieved through open dialogue and creativity.”

The Halal Girls

by Haya Shaath

“The Halal Girls is a support network to ease the transition for Saudi women returning home after studying abroad.”

Caravan

by Robin Newman

“Caravan is a website for homeless LGBTQ youth ages 16-24 to find, review and share information on shelters, anonymously.”

What’s Not To Love?

by Michelle Kwon

“What's Not To Love is an online platform in which young people visit and share their concerns about appearance, expose themselves to new and diverse perspectives of beauty, and connect with people from all around the world.”

Camina Conmigo (Walk With Me)

by Covadonga Abril

“Camina Conmigo (Walk With Me) is a project that connects seniors with younger people, asking them to spend a few hours in the daily life of the other person, in order to help solve a problem that society doesn't always perceive.”

Wombologue

by Xintong Liu

“Wombologue is an online achievement platform using illustrations to document forced abortion stories in China.”

The Silent Author

by Wei Zheng

“The Silent Author’s mission is to give high school students in China a voice, and improve their well being by making parents, teachers and policy makers aware of their despair.”

Votever

by Tanya Bhandari

“A DIY student movement on college campuses, where a group of students does whatever it takes to get their peers to engage with the elections in India.”

Culture Cues

by Martha Berry

“Supplied with tools that simplify and clarify details of American life, resettled refugees are better equipped to start their new lives with the confidence and capabilities they need to succeed.”

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