Yatin Mistry

‘when you let your light shine you give others permission to do the same’ My name is Yatin Mistry, I’m a proud, gay, British Indian, but it hasn’t always been this way… I grew up in the 1980’s in  Essex and went to a school where everything was whitewashed and racism was merely accepted. I […]

Steph Marie

Trigger warning: Child Abuse and Bullying “Learning that my disability doesn’t define me” My name is Steph Marie, I am from Bury and I am a social influencer, chat show host and a historian and I also have cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy means that the part of the brain that sends signals is damaged. It […]

Pushpanath Krishnamurthy

“I am because of others” My name is Pushpanath Krishnamurthy and I am a climate activist and humanitarian. I am originally from South India and grew up in Bangalore. I was very fortunate in my early childhood. My father had a successful coffee business and also worked in the air force during the war. Coffee […]

Louise Johnstone

“ I take much more risks now, than I ever did as a kid and that comes from a lot of reflecting and a lot of years trying to improve and reflect.” My name is Louise Johnstone and I am a Dundee based personal trainer and endurance athlete. I have spent my career aiming to […]

Stacey Copeland

‘Leadership is action and not a title.’ My name is Stacey Copeland and I am a former professional footballer and boxer, who has competed on both the domestic and international stage.  During my childhood, I always maintained a dream of one day becoming a professional footballer. While boxing was also a passion of mine, women’s […]

Frit Tam

“Be your most authentic self” My name is Frit Tam, I am an adventurer, filmmaker, photographer and trans activist. I own a film studio called Passion Fruit Pictures; our soul mission is to add diversity and colour to the adventure film industry. I set up Passion Fruit Pictures when I became aware that because of […]

Joshua Thomas

A Childhood Shaped by Racism As a Black child growing up in Galesburg, Illinois I realized that my identity separated me from the rest of my community. At 11 years old, some of my friend’s parents would not allow them to hang out with me, as I was perceived as a threat just because of […]

Azeem Ahmad

A Calling to Donate My name is Azeem. I’m thirty-three years old and have lived in Newcastle all of my life. I have donated bone marrow, blood and even a kidney – all to complete strangers – here is my tale. In 2005, I went to Leeds University to study a degree in communication studies. […]

Nathaniel Hall

© Anton Mellor Uncovering My Truth I was in school all the way through Section 28, which prohibited the promotion and discussion of homosexuality in the school environment. It was a homophobic place with often severe bullying. I was a straight-A student with a passion for theatre and went on to become head boy, but […]

Owiny Hakiim

  A Childhood in a War Zone In Agago District (Northern Uganda) in 1986 I was born, the only child of my mother and one of fifteen to my polygamy father. Despite my disagreements with my father’s approach to women, he was a good man who worked for the local government and as my elder, […]

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