Shirley Rhoades

Hannah Smith
"To me it didn't matter.They were still a patient."
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Ivory Tate

As Interviewed by Hunter Bagby
"I like to think that I am a part of making sure people are aware of what their rights are and... a part of making sure that the kinds of things I experienced when I was younger in the ‘70s and ‘80s aren’t a part of the time that we are living in today."
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Molly Hornbuckle

As Interviewed by Zion Kim
"Discrimination really is, to me, about a lack of power. Not just politically or legislatively and government, but it is that feeling that an individual has that they don’t have as much power as others to affect change and to make their life or their family’s life better."
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Mary Ann M.

As Interviewed by J.W.
"Side by side, they [whites and blacks] integrated for the freedom of our country…"
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Sarah Weddington

As Interviewed by Augie Stromberger
"TIME magazine, in 2003, named the 80 people who had changed the world. Of those, 10 were women. I was one, Rosa Parks was one—if you think about what she did, she refused to give up her seat on the bus. So, there are a lot of things you wouldn’t think of as being a real asset to social justice—hers was right time, right place, her age, the awareness that already been established of some of the problems."
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Cherrie Hovis

As Interviewed by Julian Clubb
"I went to a segregated school when I was younger, we didn’t have any blacks in the town."
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Gerarda Koehne

As Interviewed by Victoria M.
"So, what used to be good about being a mother, seemed to everyone to be outdated and out of step with women’s freedom. I felt like life really became upside down..."
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Rekha Desai

As Interviewed by Sesha McMinn
"When my teacher asked who wanted to go to the college, and I raised my hand, I was perceived like a fool. "
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Catherine McHaney

As Interviewed by Meris McHaney
"Everyone is equal as they say, but unfortunately we can't pursue that statement."
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Myra Barnes

As Interviewed by Trevor Binford
"It was a time of women's rights, nationwide."
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Sheila Rose Edelmann

As Interviewed by Mikayla Colletti
"I cried reading the book because of the recognition of somebody else putting down on paper what I had been feeling. What I had been feeling was, 'Is this all there is? Being a good mother, a good wife, a good party giver; is this all there is?'"
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Margaret Jean Harkey

As Interveiwed by Olivia Hardick
"Husbands were supposed to control their wives. If the men couldn’t keep their wives at home then they weren’t controlling their wives."
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Sandi L. Etheredge

As Interviewed by Emily Etheredge
"I have a problem with people preaching one thing then practicing another"
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Charles W. Pace

As Interviewed by Carter Pace
"I felt like everybody had an equal education but I didn't take any action to stop or continue this segregation."
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Kholoud Hussain

As Interviewed By Max Chee-Garza
"People who try to do some kind of demonstration or protest or marches, or show any signs of dissatisfaction of the government or opposition to the government, means you’re not welcome and, basically, you’re in trouble. "
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Sekyeong Lee

As Interviewed by Angela Kim
"Women rights are always necessary. Either a girl or boy, you’re still a human being, so you deserve same rights."
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Stephanie Normand

As Interviewed by Lizzie Eller
"Afghanistan is a place, nothing like America, that will change your views of life."
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Ellana Schwartz

As Interviewed by Rachel Maltz
"I have a world view: if everybody treated each other as they would like to be treated, the world would run more smoothly."
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Martha Smiley

As Interviewed by Lukas Keel
"The injustice is that people see gender or race or ethnicity first, rather than the talent or the individual who they are interacting with. "
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