Since its launch in November 2008, Invisible People has leveraged the power of video and the massive reach of social media to share the compelling, gritty, and unfiltered stories of homeless people from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C.Read More
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Paralyzed in a car accident days before her 18th birthday, Amberley Snyder grew up racing rodeo horses and dreamed of becoming a world champion barrel racer. Despite a medical prognosis that she may never walk again, Snyder motivated herself to get back on her horse. Now, when she isn’t giving motivational speeches she competes in rodeos, her dream of becoming world champion is still going strong.Read More
Army Major Scott Smiley was blinded in Iraq in 2005, but that didn't stop him from competing in the epic Ironman Challenge.Read More
Loren Worthington is a photographer with a unique perspective, both literally and figuratively. A spinal cord injury cost Worthington the use of three of his limbs and with that, his participation in sports. Almost two decades later, he reconnected with his passion for athletics, but this time from behind a photographer's lens.Read More
When Ginger Sprouse used to come across homeless people, she would only give them her two cents. But after she decided to change her approach, the new Ginger did something she never expected.Read More
Lily Born invented something to help make her grandfather's life and the life of others who have Parkinson's disease a little better.Read More
Danny Chew is one of the most celebrated long-distance cyclists in the United States. He’s won Race Across America multiple times and even founded the Dirty Dozen—a popular bike race up the steepest hills in his hometown of Pittsburgh. For years, Chew has been working toward his ultimate goal of logging one million miles on a bike; but his life took a tragic turn when an accident left him without the use of his legs.Read More
All 13-year-old Jamarion Styles wanted to do was play basketball. But he lost his hands as an infant, and other kids wouldn't give him a chance. However, his hard work and effort finally paid off once he got to middle school.Read More