Nonprofit Miry’s List leverages the kindness of strangers to help resettle refugees
'This is what the purpose of the internet is all about.'
On Aug 3, 2019 by Barbara Sueko McGuire
GirlTrek is getting Black women walking for their health—and their legacy
Two friends refused to fall victim to the grim health statistics faced by Black women, so they founded a movement.
On May 31, 2018 by Barbara Sueko McGuire
The ‘Terrible, Thanks for Asking’ podcast is as blunt and heartwarming as it sounds
Host Nora McInerny helps others find solace, humor even, in their grief.
On Apr 30, 2018 by Barbara Sueko McGuire
Meet the woman who beat the NRA at its own social media game
Ria Browne got Everytown for Gun Safety more followers—and actually started a conversation.
On Mar 16, 2018 by Barbara Sueko McGuire
Street artist Meg Zany wants to engage you about Strawberry Shortcake and consent
The feminist artist is building a following on nostalgia and real talk.
On Jan 24, 2018 by Barbara Sueko McGuire
Jen Gotch built an empire on rainbows—and a following on vulnerability
Women are flocking to her Instagram for the sparkly accessories, and staying for the real talk on mental illness.
On Dec 15, 2017 by Barbara Sueko McGuire
Lenora Claire has been viciously stalked for 6 years—now she’s taking her fight to Congress
Meet the woman seeking justice for every stalking victim who's ever feared for their lives.
On Sep 18, 2017 by Barbara Sueko McGuire
Library nerd Ela Darling is here to change your VR porn experience
The former cam girl wants to bring your fantasies as close to reality as possible.
On Aug 7, 2017 by Barbara Sueko McGuire