[ i ] Can light stop the coronavirus? | David Brenner
[ i ] Give yourself permission to be creative | Ethan Hawke
[ i ] Deep learning, neural networks and the future of AI | Yann LeCun
[ i ] How to connect while apart | Eric Yuan
[ i ] The new invisible workforce | Mary L. Gray
[ i ] A comprehensive, neighborhood-based response to COVID-19 | Kwame Owusu-Kesse
[ i ] New ways to understand life in a pandemic | Aaron Maniam
[ i ] The fight for civil rights and freedom | John Lewis and Bryan Stevenson
[ i ] A call to end the media coverage mass shooters want | Tom Teves
[ i ] A new stock exchange focused on the long-term | Michelle Greene
[ i ] How to use love to repair social inequality | ChloƩ Valdary
[ i ] What if you could help decide how the government spends public funds? | Shari Davis
[ i ] Want a more just world? Be an unlikely ally | Nita Mosby Tyler
[ i ] How city mayors are taking action on climate change | Eric Garcetti
[ i ] A blueprint for reparations in the US | William "Sandy" Darity
[ i ] The invisible life hidden beneath Antarctica's ice | Ariel Waldman
[ i ] Why violence clusters in cities -- and how to reduce it | Thomas Abt
[ i ] What happens when biology becomes technology? | Christina Agapakis
[ i ] Activism, changemakers and hope for the future | Malala Yousafzai
[ i ] How to disrupt philanthropy in response to crisis | Darren Walker
[ i ] How museums help communities heal | Honor Harger
[ i ] Every day you live, you impact the planet | Jane Goodall
[ i ] A friendly, autonomous robot that delivers your food | Ali Kashani
[ i ] The transformative role of art during the pandemic | Anne Pasternak
[ i ] The future of digital communication and privacy | Will Cathcart
[ i ] The COVID-19 crisis is a chance to do capitalism differently | Mariana Mazzucato
[ i ] Africa is a sleeping giant -- I'm trying to wake it up | Adeola Fayehun
[ i ] Scenes from a Black trans life | D-L Stewart
[ i ] Can beauty open our hearts to difficult conversations? | Titus Kaphar
[ i ] How the pandemic will shape the near future | Bill Gates
[ i ] The courage to live with radical uncertainty | Shekinah Elmore
[ i ] What foods did your ancestors love? | Aparna Pallavi
[ i ] Stop being a bystander in your own life | Tracy Edwards
[ i ] The trials, tribulations and timeline of a COVID-19 vaccine | Jerome Kim
[ i ] 3 ways we can redesign cities for equity and inclusion | Vishaan Chakrabarti
[ i ] How women will lead us to freedom, justice and peace | H.E. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
[ i ] The beauty and complexity of finding common ground | Matt Trombley
[ i ] How Dolly Parton led me to an epiphany | Jad Abumrad
[ i ] The new urgency of climate change | Al Gore
[ i ] The case to infect volunteers with COVID-19 to accelerate vaccine testing | Nir Eyal
[ i ] How to support and celebrate living artists | Swizz Beatz
[ i ] A vision for the future of Afghanistan | Ashraf Ghani
[ i ] Why is colonialism (still) romanticized? | Farish Ahmad-Noor
[ i ] How digital innovation can fight pandemics and strengthen democracy | Audrey Tang
[ i ] A path to higher education and employment for refugees | Chrystina Russell
[ i ] How racial bias works -- and how to disrupt it | Jennifer L. Eberhardt
[ i ] The new science of personalized vaccines | Ofer Levy
[ i ] A dose of reality about generic drugs | Katherine Eban
[ i ] The alliances needed to rebuild the developing world | Achim Steiner
[ i ] My secret to staying focused under pressure | Russell Wilson
[ i ] 3 secrets of resilient people | Lucy Hone
[ i ] How drawing can set you free | Shantell Martin
[ i ] What tech companies know about your kids | Veronica Barassi
[ i ] How to turn your dissatisfaction into action | Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr
[ i ] The difference between being "not racist" and antiracist | Ibram X. Kendi
[ i ] We need to green the economy while restarting it | Nigel Topping
[ i ] How flags unite (and divide) us | Michael Green
[ i ] The US needs a radical revolution of values | Dr. Bernice King
[ i ] How to channel your presence and energy into ending injustice | Rashad Robinson
[ i ] The bill has come due for the US's history of racism | Dr. Phillip Atiba Goff