The ONE Campus Challenge is a college competition designed to mobilize students, faculty and alumni in the fight against extreme poverty and preventable disease.
Next time you’re in the nation’s capital, check out these restaurants representing the African diaspora in Washington, D.C.
Calling all astrology enthusiasts: ever wonder what the stars and planets say about how you engage in activism? Look no further, your activism horoscope is here.
ONE Campus chapters across the country commemorated World AIDS Day by raising awareness and generating catalytic actions on their campuses.
Zaza Rising, a short documentary about a women-run bakery in Rwanda, reminds viewers why the world must continually fight for the futures of women everywhere.
This past summer ONE Campus leaders from Arizona State and UCLA teamed up to volunteer at Warped Tour, generating over 300 actions! We spoke with ONE at ASU Campus Leader Josephine to hear about her experience.
Storyteller and human rights activist Clemantine Wamariya’s memoir (now available everywhere) takes readers along her journey of seeking refuge in seven African countries after the Rwandan war. It’s a story of perseverance, struggle, adjustment and finding one’s place in the world. Her story is moving and one that ONE Campus members are sure to be inspired by.
Did you know you can take action with ONE through the Mobile Action Team? Now the most urgent ONE alerts can come straight to your mobile phone! Learn more about the Mobile Action Team and how you can join by reading on.
Throughout September, ONE Campus members and their chapters worked hard to make sure that everyone on campus knows about the Global Goals.
Badass female alert: Meet Dieynaba Sidibe, Senegals’ first female graffiti artist. Oh, she’s 24 years old too.