Trending Now: Spencer Overton, Hassan Abbas, Ian Cheney

Here’s the latest from our speakers who are making headlines:   A BIG congratulations to Wade Davis on being one of the 2014 inductees into the National Gay and Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame.   Spencer Overton writes for the Huffington Post how the “White House Provides Leadership on Challenges Confronting Males of Color”.   …Read More

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Weather Versus Climate Change

Trending Now: Neil deGrasse Tyson, Annie Leonard, Wade Davis

We hope everyone had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend!   Here’s the latest from some of our speakers who are making headlines:   Congratulations to Annie Leonard on being recognized as one of the 2014 Prime Mover Fellows.   You Can Play executive director Wade Davis spent a full day this week helping the St. …Read More

Raffi and the Dalai Lama

Trending Now: David Quammen, Wade Davis, Annie Leonard

Here’s the latest from some of our speakers who are making headlines:   Greenpeace USA has announced new leadership, tapping filmmaker, author, environmental activist and speaker Annie Leonard to serve as its next executive director.   Wade Davis, executive director of the You Can Play Project, speaks with PEOPLE Magazine as part of their exclusive …Read More

Kate Clinton at TEDxWomen!

Trending Now: Sandra Steingraber, Wade Davis, Arsalan Iftikhar

Here’s what our speakers have been up to this week:   In an open letter to the NYT, Dr. Sandra Steingraber challenges the claim that there exists a “right way” to frack.   Arsalan Iftikhar talks with NPR about the tragic kidnappings in Nigeria and discusses how groups like Boko Haram are distorting the Muslim …Read More

Trending Now: Lilly Ledbetter, Richard Feldman, and Gary Hirshberg

Want the latest from our speakers who are making headlines? Look no further:   The Toledo Blade chronicles Lilly Ledbetter’s journey to becoming the face of the movement for equal pay for equal work.   Gawker media poses an interesting question: Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson has done wonders to popularize science, who will do the same for the humanities?   Congratulations to Richard …Read More