Best known for his prowess on the basketball court, Earvin "Magic" Johnson is also an entrepreneur whose latest venture, Johnson Development Corporation, develops property in neglected minority urban neighborhoods.
Cleve Jones’s career as an activist began in the 70s when he befriended Harvey Milk. Since then, he founded the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt and is an activist for AIDS awareness, treatment and education.
Oscar-winner Lou Gossett has reached the heights of success for roles in Roots and Officer and a Gentleman. As Founder of the Eracism Foundation, he is dedicated to fighting racism, ignorance, and social apathy.