Like Jackie Robinson these trailblazers did what they loved despite not fitting the molds society had in mind for them.
Honoring 50 years since MLK delivered the 'I Have a Dream' speech at Lincoln Memorial.
A small collection of the most intuitive creations by brilliant African Americans.
Pauline Clark, always wanted to dance on the Rockettes kickline. The Wish of a Lifetime Foundation and Brookdale Senior Living helped make her dream come true.
A website invites absolutely everyone to console the Sandy Hook families by contributing to a collage of photos, notes and prayers.
Find out how these 2 strangers found love while commuting!
A tragic loss spurs the creation of a much needed building in the city Grand Goave.
See how this inspiring girl from the South Bronx, NY is using books to make her dreams come true!
Marianne is a Lowell, Massachusetts native who loves to commute to work on her bike. Not only is it better for the environment, but Marianne says bike commuting has also given her endless possibilities in her life, enriching her love for photography and enabling her to engage with the local community.
Ida Gonzalez is a strong mother. Her son was killed serving for the US Army in Baghdad, Iraq in August 2008. Since his death, Ida's life has taken on a new purpose; empowering others
Throw a party to celebrate a new beginning!
At 99-years-old, Agnes Zhelesnik loves her work too much to give it up.
Think you're too old to learn new tricks? John Herz became an artist at age 58!
These two ladies bring people together to sew skirts for charity.
Born with cerebral palsy, Andrew does not have complete use of his fingers or arm movements but through computer technology is able to edit entirely with his nose and feet.
16-year-old Katherine Higgins chased her dreams of being a ballerina all the way from her CT hometown to Belgium!