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Tadashi Nakamura


For filmmaker Tadashi Nakamura, grassroots activism starts with
understanding the roots of ordinary people who, when they come together with a common vision, can do the extraordinary.

Kiki Vo


Kiki Vo sets a powerful example of the transformative power of forgiveness. Her journey through life is a model for struggling youth everywhere.

Jennifer Gaxiola


Jennifer uses her creativity and passion for filmmaking to send an empowering message to youth throughout her community.

Charlotta Bass


Charlotta A. Bass stands among the most influential African Americans of the twentieth century. A crusading journalist and extraordinary political activist, she was at the forefront of the civil rights struggles of her time, especially in Los Angeles, but also in California and the nation.

Fred Korematsu


Born in Oakland, CA in 1919 to Japanese immigrants, Fred Korematsu attended public scools, excelled in athletics, and worked in his family’s nursery in San Leandro – by all accounts living a normal American life.


ULAB for Teens

Teens— click to enter the ULAB now! Teachers and youth leaders, learn more below.

Young people aren't just a focus of our efforts. They're the foundation. With web versions of The Unity Lab's educational experiences, ULAB gives our most critical partners an online home that's all their own.

Leadership Council

Mobile UNITY Lab

Currently under development, the Mobile UNITY Lab will extend transformative, unity-building experiences to students across the nation.

Aboard the mobile lab, the Express Yourself learning experience dares participants to be extraORDINARY through interviews with people who have used creative expression to facilitate social change. Learn more about Express Yourself.

extraORDINARY People

extraORDINARY People are defined by personal choices that have inspired others to join in tremendous collective achievements. Watch their videos to find out how you can apply their tools for change in your own life.

Are you an educator? Learn about the tools for change, or see how the videos below connect to the Express Yourself curriculum.

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