A tribe is a place to belong, a group to protect, a people united by ties of descent, customs and traditions. Or just people that think alike.
The Activist = Human Rights
Human rights activists or human rights defenders are people who work with others, or alone, work to protect the rights of others and promote equality and access to human rights.
The Activist Tribe is made up of people who make a significant impact during their lives. They are idealistic, have high morals and see it as a vital part of their existence to help others. These people work in rescue work, volunteer at every chance they get, and spend time debating and discussing how best to make the world a better, more loving place.
Example Activist: David Kato
David Kato was a Ugandan teacher and prominent gay rights activist. He was described as Uganda’s first openly gay man. David was a well-known activist both locally and internationally who often challenged the Ugandan state and strongly believed in the human rights and equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Ugandans. David Kato was murdered in 2011, shortly after winning a lawsuit against a tabloid magazine, the Rolling Stone which had published his name and photograph calling for him to be hanged.