From the Americans Who Tell the Truth portrait series
MY HERO Project seeks unique works of art by professional and student artists that celebrate the lives and courageous acts of heroes who work to promote change by positively affecting others and their communities.
Completed artwork should reflect thoughtful ideas to show how the selected hero demonstrates heroic action and creates positive social change.
You do not have to be good.
You do not have to walk on your knees For a hundred miles through...
The 150 Greatest Albums Made By Women Enter the 2019 MY Hero Songwriting Contest! Deadline: JUNE 1st.
We honor heroes within our families and those who have been like family to us.
When director Lena Nozizwe took over her father's care giving, she quickly found out that, her responsibilities included coloring his grey hair black.
In this documentary short filmmaker Banker White explores how Alzheimer's disease has revealed the strength of his parents' marriage.
Have you ever woken up with a business idea that you just knew would change everything? Fatou has.
Gordon Chang speaks about appreciating Chinese culture & art at a young age, anti-war activism during the Vietnam War era, his educational background, and the Chinese Railroad Workers Project in Stanford.
Mica is a classic teen. Enthusiastic. Idealistic. Dreaming baseball. At 13, he is studying of his Bar Mitzvah, the Jewish coming of age ritual.
Eighteen-year-old Maheshwari comes from a family of quarry workers in rural India, none of whom completed schooling past the eighth grade.
A Khmer's journey searching for hope.
What happens when a story is forgotten? I'm making a film about my dad, Gary Wiski-ge-amatyuk, my family, and what it means to be Native American today.