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Bradley King: Inspiring Rise after Multiple Fallbacks 

Bradley King is a gender-nonconforming Cannabis coach, mental health advocate, and actor who experienced the despairs of life from a very young age. He rose above the many miseries that came across him and influenced him to become the hardworking activist and family man he is. 

Arrested Movement: Men Feel Too

Arrested Movement is a portrait series and awareness initiative promoting body positivity and reshaping how the world views male bodies.

TweezDaSwaggyGod: You Can. You Are. You Will.

Antoine Allen, better known as rapper and entrepreneur TweezDaSwaggyGod, grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, where many people dream of “making it out.” Tweez recounts his humble beginnings in the city and explains with genuine gratitude how his passions — basketball and music — provided him a way out. In fact, the rapper first began his professional career as a collegiate basketball player at the University of Miami. He would go on to play around the world in a professional league, but he will never forget how his freshman year of college kickstarted his music career.

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Matthew Wade is a Braveheart Who Inspires People Through Music

Matthew Wade describes himself as a positive person who likes to inspire people through music. While performing, he goes by the moniker My Silent Bravery. He’s written hundreds of songs, has 8 albums, and over 1,000 gigs. His musical journey began at the age of 18. Even though he was always fascinated by it, he couldn’t devote time to it because he actively played sports. It was only when a high school project came along that he got the chance to learn something he had always wanted.

Ayden Mekus Radiates Positive Energy as an Anti-Bullying Advocate, Actor and Model

Ayden Mekus is a part-time actor, model, social media influencer, full-time teenager, and loves playing sports. His main message is having “positive vibes while spreading kindness.”

Embrace Your Inner Fat Girl With Natalie Taste

Natalie Taste is a food and beverage social influencer. She is the founder of “YourInnerFatGirl.” Since the launch of “Yourinnerfatgirl,” she has made a name for herself with over thousands of followers and “Fat Girls.” Due to the success of “Your Inner Fat Girl,” Natalie has been featured on BuzzFeed and co-hosted local radio shows in the city. She has also been featured on many panel discussions regarding entrepreneurship and branding. Things aren’t slowing down for her. She is currently working on a few projects in NOLA and gearing for the creatives of the culture and food of NOLA. 

Kerry Koranteng: USA National Miss Illinois Jr Teen With a Drive to Accessibility

Besides being the future USA National Miss Illinois Jr Teen of 2022, this talented preteen has made an impact at such a young age. Kerry Koranteng is 12 years old and in 7th grade. Her hobbies include reading a good book, doing ballet, making lip gloss to help children in need, and donating towards her shoe drive initiative. Overall helping other people, in general, is her passion.

The Molting Phenomenon of Jeremy Melloul – the Founder of the Clothing Brand, MOLT

Jeremy Melloul is a passionate individual looking to make a change by helping others become sober and share the journeys of other people, including himself. He is the founder of his own clothing brand MOLT. He is proud to be sober for 14 years.

Inside the Mind of Jarred Frey: Living with Bipolar Disorder

Jarred Madison Frey is a thirty-two-year-old podcaster diagnosed with bipolar disorder at only eighteen years of age. He started his podcast broadcasting and shedding light on his journey with bipolar disorder, covering all its layers, with the purpose of letting even one person relate, feel seen, and think of themselves as less lonely on their journey with mental illness. Frey did not let bipolar disorder define him nor limit him in life, even with all the disadvantages that have come across him.

The Making of a Hero: How Matt Langdon formed the Hero Round Table

The earliest moments of the Hero Round Table began with Matt Langdon teaching character to kids at a YMCA in the early 2000s. Becoming a camp counselor was such an enjoyable experience that it became a routine part of Matt’s life for twelve years. It was an experience that “completely changed my life” according to him.

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