JIM ST. GERMAIN

Jim is a social justice advocate, author of "A Stone of Hope," and the co-founder of Preparing Leaders of Tomorrow (PLOT) which is a mentoring program for at-risk youth between the ages of nine and twenty-one living in Brooklyn, New York. 

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CODY GOLDBERG

Cody is the founder of the non-profit, Harpers Playground. Named for his daughter Harper, who was born with a disability impacting her mobility, they are the creators of building playgrounds that are inclusive for all.

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ABBY HENDERSON

Abby is the founder of Gangstas to Growers, a project aimed at reducing recidivism amongst formerly incarcerated youth in Atlanta. She takes a unique holistic approach to treating the wounds that cause and are caused by incarceration, one that combines the seemingly disparate fields of nutrition, history and agriculture. With the help of the Breakout Foundation, they were able to launch their first hot sauce.

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TERENCE LESTER

Terence Lester and his wife Cecilia Lester founded Love Beyond Walls, an Atlanta based non-profit organization focused on exposing the realities of the often invisible, by sharing their stories and experiences to increase awareness.

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KONDWANI "KONI" FIDEL

Author and spoken word poet in Baltimore. He’s been recognized locally in the Baltimore Sun as well as nationally in the Washington Post and by famed Selma Director Ava Duvernay. Koni utilized Breakout funds to launch his first program in Baltimore schools; purchasing materials and books for students.

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ISRAEL BAYER

Israel and the Street Roots team has tackled head on the crisis of homelessness by hiring those that are homeless as ‘vendors’ to give them purpose and income to get them off the streets.

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CAD "C" HARVEY

C. is a Baltimore artist, activist, and maker. She runs the apparel line Generation of Dreamers and is the founder of Baltimore’s Gifted, an e-commerce initiative designed to promote self sufficiency and economic empowerment among the urban youth of Baltimore City.

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