At just 21 years old, Myles Loftin has created work that is a canvas for change when it comes to social inequalities.
"Good People" profiles everyday individuals who are bettering the lives of those in need and improving their communities.
When Jibri Douglas was told they were pre-diabetic, the Philadelphia native turned to weightlifting to get healthier and feel better.
Brooklyn native Guy Bryant has fostered more than 50 children and young adults in his Flatbush, N.Y., home.
Lynette Medley is on a mission to help women in her community who are unable to afford feminine hygiene products by supplying them with free tampons and pads.
Maia Ervin’s mission is to create safe spaces for young Black artists to meet, brainstorm and celebrate their art and voices, in hopes she can inspire others her age to fight for their beliefs.
Alliyah Logan may be just 17 years old, but she’s making waves in New York City as she fights to improve school safety for her community.
Stylist Tamekia Swint wants to bring transracial adoptive families together through hair care.