Robin Wallace

As Interviewed by Isabel K
""They were just trying to get their rights. The right to vote. The right to have a decent life.""
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Lola Stephens-Bell

As Interviewed by Carly Atwell
"I was hurt. I was depressed. I was lost. I was very very scared. I experienced a lot of rejection, misunderstanding. When people, when they initially first met me they just looked at me as nothing, and they didn’t know I was gold on the inside of me."
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Cleaburne F.

As Interviewed by Ellen Fritz
"The 9 year old stayed with the Apache Indians. He would fight against white people, he would hunt like the Indians, and he would scalp white men. He did everything the Indians did in those days to the white people."
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Pastor Lynnae Sorenson

As Interviewed by Rachel Cox
"The common language of the world is not love. The common language of the world is not music. The common language of the world is suffering."
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Murhula Zigabe

As Interviewed by Jackson Eckel
"It is my way of giving them support, it is my way of being close to them when they are suffering."
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Xiaoyan Li

As Interviewed By Keyu Chen
"I was poor, I was small, and at school, yes, I got bullied."
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Jackie Ortega

As Interviewed by Emma Galbraith
"They were basically working as slaves, they worked their butts off, but they didn’t get paid at all, so it was really injustice."
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Robert C.

As Interviewed by Juan Ceresa
"I was born in Cuba, and this is the first time I have left Cuba, so I have lived there for my whole life. My childhood in Cuba was like any other childhood in Cuba, an education that was strictly controlled, that was heavily influenced with politics. This was not unusual with his generation, those who were raised out of the 1970’s. "
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Guadelupe S. Ruiz

As Interviewed by Milla Gary
"We just had to get up early in the morning and we all bunched up in a truck, like migrant workers, and they took in a ride to the field where we were having to make bundles of onions together, put them together and we would pack them up."
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Leo Lalla and Bret cunningham

As Interviewed by Jacob M.
"Just this year, three months ago my company now offers domestic/partner insurance."
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Father Bill Wack, C.S.C.

As Interviewed by Grant Robinett
"There are two feet of social justice. So if you imagine two shoes or two footprints, one is direct service like giving someone a blanket or giving them food . . . the other foot is trying to change laws so they can have more affordable housing. It takes both direct service and advocating or trying to change laws to make peoples' lives better."
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Jim Harrington

By Joe Bates
"I had always wanted to help people and I think that the way it sort of focused for me over the years as being interested in civil rights issues."
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Anupriya Sethi

As Interviewed by Reha Kakkar
"Once I was giving a presentation and people couldn't even sit through the atrocities that the victims go through."
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A Man from Gaza

As interviewed by Yazan Abughazaleh
"Many many times in Gaza’s history, Gaza was destroyed and finished but come out again from ashes. As the bird of fire. "
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Kisla Jimenez

as Interviewed by Sean H.
"Fair Trade means that not only is it transparent ... but it also means the working conditions are fair to the person who is making the product."
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Jon Evans

As Interviewed by Jackson E.
"Well, you know, I got involved representing people that were facing the death penalty because I was concerned about the level of representation. There has been a lot of press over the years about bad lawyers representing people facing the death penalty not getting very good and adequate representation."
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An Interview With Anna

Zayne Lumpkin
"It changed my life forever."
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Triphine Tuhabonye

As Interviewed by Lucas Abounader
"I don't think we've made any progress. I feel like we went down in everything -- the economy, the peace. Everything is down. No one knows what to do now."
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as interviewed by Kate Davern
"It takes a lot of energy to break through the cultural shield that a woman is below a man. No matter who you are or what your class is as long as you are a woman, you are below a man."
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Sai Aduru

As Interviewed by Vishwa Aduru
"A few decades ago women were only good for housework."
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Gene Whitten-Lege

As Interviewed By Julia K.
"I was so embarrassed that I remember I thought to myself that I would do anything and everything to get rid of that accent, and I did. "
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As Interviewed by Melina Takvorian
"And if you see your grandmother like that, who you love, it can't leave you."
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As interviewed by Eli Hanser-Young
"Right now, how things are, they could get deported any time -- especially my dad. "
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Michael Davis

As Interviewed by Leah Davis
"Unfortunately, the method they used was one of apartheid -- which was cruel, which was immoral, which was unfair."
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Freddy Schumer

As Interviewed by Aytahn Benavi
"It started with the curfews imposed on Jews -- we were obliged to wear stars. I wasn’t worried about having to wear a star; we just had to. There was no choice."
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As Interviewed by Lila B
"My parents were born in South Africa, but my ancestors are from Lithuania and moved to South Africa. I was lucky enough to live in a place that was really beautiful."
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John C.

As Interviewed by Hannah C.
"You know, ‘cause there are parts in India where Christians are burnt alive."
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Saundra Kirk

As Interviewed by Emma Linder
"I faced some violence in several of the protests that I did. There was a protest that we held at the State Capitol and someone put a cigarette out on my arm. I’d been hit, all of these were on protest lines when we were doing the marches."
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Tina Sparkles

As Interviewed by Carter Torn
"I think that the biggest root of the problem is the whole world of consumerism, and making money. Just how much stuff we actually buy."
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