Steve Anderson

As Interviewed by N. J.
"These charities rely on fundraising and people to contribute dollars to keep them going and to help these kids to buy food to provide shelter, and to give them am education."
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Audrey McCann

As Interviewed by Savannah Riddles
"I did and still feel like I'm not one hundred percent part of the family because I can hear."
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Shannon Faye

As Interviewed By: Ella Gross
"Homeless people are human beings and by being human beings, we all share that common thread and hopefully that can at least start the idea that the homeless are people too and we should start treating them like people."
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Anna Berkowitz

As interviewed by Bryce Yeazell
"The worst part of being in Auschwitz was you didn't know whether you were gonna live for one more day or not. The worst part was that you knew that your family probably was killed. The worst part was that we were separated from my father. The worst part was we were treated worse than animals."
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Paula Silvar : In Her Own Words

As Interviewed By: Sergio Flores
"[My husband] put his machete to [my son's] throat and I couldn't say anything. I couldn't do anything. As a woman, one was only supposed to obey the man. I never talked back to my husband because he said that if I left his side or talked back, he would hurt my family and I."
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Trina Barlow

As Interviewed by Anna F
"She left her home with her children in the middle of the night, with gunfire, and people setting fire to the houses around them, and they literally ran for their lives into the jungle."
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Chao-Hsiang Su

As Interviewed by Michelle S.
"They had to surrender Taiwan to Japan for conversation."
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Dr. P.K. Ram Reddy

As Interviewed by Manasa Sudunagunta
"There is no problem of spending the time and in India we can be free."
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Cynthia Lowen

As Interviewed by Claire Cabler
"What millions of kids are going through is a silent and invisible epidemic of violence."
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Yinghong Li

As Interviewed by Amy M.
"He carried at least 30 pounds of potatoes and walked a length of a 15-hour train ride just to give them to my dad."
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Dr. Kerstin Somerholter

As Interviewed by Corinna Somerholter
"I'm sitting in the cafeteria with other students. Itís late in the evening there. I had a night class, and all of a sudden there are pictures of people on the Berlin Wall. I could not believe it. It was just something I thought was fake. It was unbelievable!"
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James Derry

As Interviewed by Eva Derry
"Our involvement really did save a lot of lives."
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Mitchell James O'Hearn

As Interviewed by Nadia Freeman
"I think there are a lot of assumptions about being gay or being straight, and what people forget to say is that we're human."
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Shawn Calamari and Mandy Waid

As interviewed by Clara Gibbs
"Our family is based on love and has the same commitments as everyone else and there is no reason why we should be treated any differently or have less accessibility or rights that anyone else has. "
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Gilbert Tuhabonye

As Interviewed by Henry Jarnigan
"I hid inside that building for eight hours, beneath the burning bodies of my friends, until I climbed through a window and ran away."
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Anonymous

As Interviewed by L K
"Itís always unfair, no matter where you are, when you donít have opportunities. Whether itís here, or Europe, or Middle East, or Asia, itís always unfair if socially or economically you cannot do what you want to do."
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Rosa Maria L.R.

As Interviewed by Marcel L.R.
"...people were getting upset and ready to have a change. But, the change had a tremendous effect on the young people."
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Timothy L. Bertotti

As Interviewed by Clayton Bertotti
"You are liable to get a fair shake here from justice and our system of government, which doesnít always happen overseas."
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John Kendall

As Interviewed by Ian McIntosh
"I could have eaten lunch already, and I ate his and he ate fish head. That was an example of how sharing they were. They had very little, but they shared what they had."
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Trey Kohlhausen

As interviewed by Peter Layne
"I want to be known for the coaching I do with kids, and with other individuals. I don't want to be known as gay coach Trey"
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Amy Shepard

As Interviewed by Nick Venn
"One of the saddest thing I heard was a friend saying, 'I don't know if we will ever be ok.' So it is just by the grace of god that we weren't born in Rwanda. It's just our responsibility to help and try to do no harm."
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Alan Haggedorn

As Interviewed by Kody Cardamone
"If the person that was being interrogated was not a soldier, but was impersonating one, I could still find out because of the information we had from other prisoners."
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Ranjit Nair

As Interviewed by Nikita Nair
"They would rub their fingers down my arm to see if the color would rub off onto their hands."
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T.P. Ramamoorthy

As interviewed by Aaron Wheatley
"To me, India is the true land of immigrants."
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John Ochoa

As interviewed by J.D
"...I was mad for a while but then I grew out of it and forgave the judge."
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Joe K. Longley

Patrick Fox
""I represent individuals just like you or anyone else who might walk into my office. I donít represent corporations, or insurance companies. As a matter of fact, Iím usually suing corporations and insurance companies.""
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Ariadna Luna

As Interviewed by Elena Venegoni
"We filed a paper and I have a U visa now because I was sexually abused when I was seventeen."
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Susana Pimento

As Interviewed by Nicholas Heinen
"Columbia is the only country that has an act of war for over 50 years. I am 47 now, so all throughout my life I have known war -- I havenít seen a day without war."
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Carlos V.

As interviewed by Deybid V.
"I donít remember telling anybody about this because I thought nobody would care about me because sometimes my aunt would be there and wouldn't say anything, sometimes I felt lonely."
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Maria Perez

Interviewed by Bryssa Rodriguez
"As soon as the door was open two police officers ran into the apartment while another one had me on the floor, handcuffed, pointing a gun at me."
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Angela Stuesse

As Interviewed by Avery Davis
"I would describe the condition of Equatorial Guinea as corrupt."
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Jesus Cavazos

As Interviewed by Javi Weems
"When I got out of the Army, it was 1959. I was a typewriter repairman, so I went to apply at Western Union. They told me ĎWell, can you climb poles?í"
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Aamer Shaukat

As Interviewed by Alia Shaukat
"There was a lot of lack of worldliness, I wonít say ignorance, but lack of knowledge about the world in that small town."
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Jacoba van Sitteren

As Interviewed by Caitlin Miller
"I donít know what it would be like to spend your first six years during a time that there isnít any war."
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Laura Selis

As Interviewed by Camille Selis
"All of the Japanese-Americans were required to evacuate -- over 122,000 Japanese-Americans. The people that I know affected by that is my entire family -- it was my motherís family and my fatherís family."
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Douglas Plummer

As Interviewed by John Clark
"A lot of times people try and hide bigotry under other things. They try to hide the fact that they are discriminatory."
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Lucia P. and Theresa T.

As Interviewed by Elyshia D.
"We are just like everyone else. We have feelings. We can be happy or sad. We are good people. We like to help in our community. The same things that matter to straight people matter to gay people."
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Nathan Rettig

As Interviewed by Jack McKenna
"Resources there were not like here. Electricity could be used sparingly. Sometimes it was given Ďon the grid,í if there even was a grid. Water was very precious, but it was available. Resources can mean access to representative government or a government that will take care of you. Can you get your kids to school? To higher education? Those resources were not met."
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Gilbert Tuhabonye

As Interviewed by Caroline M.
"If the two tribes were at peace, my life would have been awesome. Because growing up, I wouldn't know what hate came from. I grew up in a family where we would love one another."
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