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By Kaelyn Riley
Actor, director, and author Justin Baldoni on showing up as your vulnerable, strong, and authentic self.
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By Amy C. Waninger
10 terms to know when it comes to gender identity, including "genderqueer," "assigned gender," and "gender confirmation."
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By Amy C. Waninger
An inclusivity expert shares tips for navigating gender-related conversations with greater empathy and ease.
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By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Our fitness editor reconnects with her heritage through virtual Persian dance classes.
Desmond Howard

In sports and in life, the ability to be coachable is a helpful trait that can take you far. NFL veteran Desmond Howard shares his inspiring insights and personal experience around why being coachable matters — and ways to open yourself up to it.

Cullen Jones
By Cullen Jones
A near-death drowning experience inspired this Olympic gold medalist to boost representation and help others learn to swim.
A group of people high five and clap outside
By Heidi Wachter
Meet athletes, coaches, and advocates who are working to make outdoor activities accessible and welcoming for all.
Katie Boue with rock climbing gear
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
The climber, educator, and outdoor advocate wants us to let go of preconceived notions of what it means to be "outdoorsy."
Marcus Samuelsson

Food provides a window into our culture. Celebrated chef Marcus Samuelsson talks about the soul of American food, specifically Black food traditions, and how the origins of what and how we cook both influences and connects us.

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By Courtney Helgoe
The celebrated chef talks about Black food traditions, community kitchens, and the soul of American food.
Several women are peacefully protesting with signs.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Our managing editor talks about how activism has helped — and challenged — her mental health.
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By Michael Dregni
Here are just a few sobering statistics.
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By Junauda Petrus-Nasah
How this wellness advocate, birth coach, and yogi is bringing wellness to marginalized communities.
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By Angela Windberg
How one woman found purpose in the fitness industry — and found acceptance — after coming out as bisexual in her Puerto Rican-Mexican-American Catholic family.
Seven women of various ages and ethnicities gathered in a work environment.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
March is Women’s History Month. Discover ways you can support your colleagues and celebrate their success, plus seven ideas to be your own best advocate at work.
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By Junauda Petrus-Nasah
The world of yoga, meditation, and other wellness practices has not always felt welcoming to those who are marginalized. Meet eight visionary teachers and healers who are changing that reality.
Two people clasp hands through a closed window.
By Craig Cox
Why has COVID-19 claimed such a disproportionate share of lives in nursing homes with predominantly minority populations? New research suggests it may be a natural consequence of a highly segregated industry.
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By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
For both Black and non-Black individuals, there are myriad ways to celebrate and honor African-American culture. Here are a few of our favorite ideas to learn and uplift.
Courtney Opdahl holding three kettlebells
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Our managing editor attends a size-inclusive retreat and unlocks her inner strength and the benefits of a body-positive mindset.
Two building blocks spell out ANTI RACISM
By Kara Douglass Thom
It's not enough to not be racist. Learn what you can do for yourself, your social circle, and your community to promote anti-racism — and why it matters for health.
Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
When we work toward seeing the bigger picture, we have the chance to discover our collective potential.
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