While growing up poor on Chicago’s West Side, Noe Rueda used his entrepreneurial talents to help his family make ends meet. In the process, he became the first person in his family to go to college.
When he was a teenager, Bryan Wilmoth’s father kicked him out of his family home after discovering Bryan was gay. Homeless and separated from his seven younger brothers and sisters, Bryan learned to survive on his own and went on to become the loving force that reunited his adult siblings as a family. Kick off #PrideMonth with our #AnimatedShort “A Good Man.”
Richie Pecorella met Karen Juday, she captured his heart and changed his life. They were engaged when she was killed at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
Dr. Lynn Weaver, who integrated an all-white high school in 1964, remembers what it was like to play on the school'… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
With her boyfriend, Yasir Salem, Gweneviere Mann reflects on the challenges of living with short-term memory loss — and what it was like to finish the New York City Marathon. ????