These goos are from the Humanitarianism category, people famous for good deeds, as activists or philanthropists or samaritans or otherwise. Browse another way.

Abbie Hoffman

Steal this goo. Go »

Al Sharpton

This activist has been a sharp critic of police treatment of African Americans, particularly in his native New York City. Go »

Alice Paul

Half of Americans can vote today thanks to the efforts of activists like this Jersey-born Quaker who looked like Hilary Swank. Go »

Andrei Sakharov

His tiny apartment became the core of peace. Go »

Antoinette Tuff

In a moment of crisis, the tuff get going. Go »

Antonina Żabińska

Treating persecuted religious minorities like zoo animals might just save them, or so she had to convince her husband. Go »

Aung San Suu Kyi

Only a general's daughter would have the courage to stand up to the military for the sake of peace. Go »

Ben Rattray

Want to kick the rats out of office? It's going to take more than some extra cash. Go »

Bill W.

dipsomanic discretion Go »

Bobby Seale

this seal became one tough cat in 1966 Go »

César Chávez

lived to see the fruits of his labor Go »

Chuck Feeney

Billionaires often give portions of their money away, but this reclusive one vows to give it all away possibly as soon as year end 2016 - four billion down, four billion to go. Go »

Cindy Sheehan

If you want an audience with the president... just walk up and ask. Go »

Corrie ten Boom

1t w0uld h4v3 t4k3n t3n 3xpl0s10ns t0 k1ll th1s surv1v0r wh1l3 sh3 h3lp3d 0th3r surv1v0rs. Go »

Dan Mathews

Is it any surprise that an outspoken animal rights activist is so misanthropic? Go »

DeRay Mckesson

He quit his job as a school administrator to become a full-time activist with the Black Lives Matter movement, launching WeTheProtestors.org and lecturing at Yale. Go »

Desmond Tutu

Who would have guessed that a minister dressed like a ballerina would help end apartheid? Go »

Elie Wiesel

Buchenwald was a terrifying place at night Go »

Elvira Arellano

Don't think you can keep your score from heading south by playing from inside a church for a year. Go »

Erin Brockovich

This single mother became famous for getting the 'goo' out of California's water. Go »

Eunice Kennedy Shriver

Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt. Go »

Frederick Douglass

This abolitionist is an example of somebody who has done an amazing job and is being recognized more and more. Go »

Germaine Greer

Sometimes being a desperate housewife means enduring flashes of controversy. Go »

Gloria Steinem

Ever since this pro-choice, anti-pornography activist became a icon, you could call her Ms. Feminism. Go »

Harriet Tubman

Abolitionist. Soldier. Nurse. Slave. Spy. Humanitarian. Go »

Harriet Tubman

After her services during the Civil War, she earned a $20 monthly pension from the Army, making her upcoming appearance on that bill of currency even more appropriate. Go »

Homer Plessy

Even though 87.5% of him could ride anywhere he wanted, it was the other 12.5% that he was fighting for. Sadly, the 12.5% was doomed for years. His life could have made a good follow-up to The Odyssey—someone should tell Homer. Go »

Huey P. Newton

Oakland police had an unlucky streak after this black cat crossed their path. Go »

Ida B. Wells

Like Rosa, she refused to give up her seat. Unlike Rosa she lost. Go »

Irshad Manji

Islam meets feminism. Go »

Jane Addams

This advocate for continuing education and community enrichment never had to settle for less than the Nobel Prize. Go »

Jason Russell

This director is best known for exposing the once powerful. Go »

Jim Gilchrist

It only takes a minute to shoot an immigrant. Go »

Jim Gilchrist

You have less than a minute to run back over the border when you see this activist's men coming for you. Go »

Joel Sonnenberg

born (again) in a flame Go »

Julia Butterfly Hill

When you're fighting to save a life, don't miss the forest for the tree. Go »

Kailash Satyarthi

Having to share the Nobel Peace Prize with someone less than a third his age might be difficult, if he hadn't devoted his life's work to the concerns of minors. Go »

Kate Kelly

More men in power cost this Mormon her power. Go »

Kofi Annan

This goo is a cheerleader, promoter, salesman, debt collector, and father confessor for all the nations on Earth. Go »

Koko Kondo

Pearl Buck and Ralph Edwards have this hibakusha in common. Go »

Lucy Stone

You'll be wrong if you guess Lucy Blackwell. Go »

Mahatma Gandhi

This great Indian leader once said, "I object to violence because when it appears to do good, the good is only temporary; the evil it does is permanent." Go »

Malala Yousafzai

She may not live long enough to be thanked by a generation of Pakistani girls who were able to go to school because of her. Go »

Malcolm X

This guy was a racial x-factor in the sixties. Go »

Manal al-Sharif

is four-wheeled mobility a right for all? not in Saudi Arabia Go »

Marilyn Katz

Conspiracy theorists believe this anti-war protestor is more than just another cool cat Barack Obama used to hang with. Go »

Martin Luther King Jr.

His dream didn't die with him. Who's the king? Go »

Minnie Vautrin

An American teacher became a Chinese deity by resisting Japanese invaders. Go »

Mohamed Bouazizi

set the world afire Go »

Mohandas Gandhi

This practicer of ahimsa and satyagraha freed a nation and enlightened a world with his rejection of an eye for an eye. Go »

Mother Teresa

A sister at 18, a nobel in 79. She died at 87. Go »

Nancy Brinker

What does cutting funding to a reproductive health organization have to do with helping your sisters avoid cancer? Go »

Neda Agha-Soltan

Her death gave the opposition a voice. Go »

Olympe de Gouges

Droits de la femme?! Quelle révolution! Go »

Paul Rusesabagina

Few people save 1200 lives by being in the wrong place at the wrong time, but that's what this Tutsi-loving hotel manager accomplished in 1994. Go »

Peace Pilgrim

Walking any distance the day after a Thanksgiving feast can feel like tens of thousands of miles. Go »

Rachel Carson

Pesticides, pollution, and population concerned this crusading conservationist. Go »

Richard Stallman

The goo game will always be free software. Go »

Rick Stoddard

This smoking-hot super activist added a new generation to the middle aged. Go »

Ron Kovic

This born patriot has taken a stand against war ever since war left him unable to stand. Go »

Rosa Parks

When she parks her butt on a bus, it stays on the bus, in Montgomery or otherwise. Go »

Sadoozai Panah

This Afghan V.I.P. is a real doozy. Go »

Salvo D'Acquisto

When his nation switched sides, this soldier made a saintly sacrifice to prevent Germans from executing 22 of his countrymen. Go »

Samantha Smith

She wondered if Russia would start a nuclear war. Is that too much to ask? Go »

Saul Alinsky

This Chicagoan radical taught the poor and the president alike how to wield power. Go »

Shawn Brant

This man's Mohawk activism has less to do with hair and more to do with Native American rights. Go »

Shirin Ebadi

This goo was originally created to represent Iran in the Goo World Tour. Go »

Solomon Northup

His last name was where he spent a long time wanting to go. Go »

Stephen Gough

I'd tell you all about this public-nudism activist's long, naked walks across England with his girlfriend Melanie, but I don't want to ramble. Go »

Terry Fox

May your hope not run short like his did. Go »

Theresa Sparks

If her own sex toy begins shooting sparks, will she have herself arrested? Go »

Thích Quang Ðúc

Don't go igniting a riot in protest if you fail to guess this goo before time is up. Go »

Timothy Treadwell

This environmentalist and documentarian didn't walk carefully enough through Alaskan bear country. Go »

Vincent Bethell

Being yourself has never been free, as demonstrated by all the jail time this protester has served for our right to live clothes-free. Go »

Wang Weilin

the tank stops here Go »