Pankil Matalia

As Interviewed by Ashna Bhansali
"The first thing that came to mind is that I forgive everybody in this process."
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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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Cynthia Osborne

As interviewed by Sophia B
"Being born into poverty shouldn't control your life outcomes. Children should be able to follow their dreams and live up to their full potential regardless of where they start."
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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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Mimi Kepner

As interviewed by Vincent L.
"...One thing that we all learned from that experience, adults and the counselors alike, was that no matter where these kids came from, or what race they were, or how poor they were, we were all the same."
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Kevlin Wiedemeyer

As Interviewed by Parth S
"What I learned on both sides is that children are children and most of them want to be successful."
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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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Doris Macdaniel

As Interviewed by Greta Quill
""One thing none of my brothers and sister can ever say is that we were hungry.""
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Dustin Breithaupt

As Interviewed by Winn Philpott
"From when I moved in to know, the neighborhood has changed so drastically. It’s hard to even consider it the same neighborhood."
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Paula McDermott

As Interviewed by Bela McScoggin
"We weren't trying to change the whole system but to support an alternative one."
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Commander Donald Baker

As Interviewed by Walker K.
"When the name Rundberg is not a negative name, and people think of it as a place to go, that will be success."
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Phillip A. Carinhas

As Interviewed by David Carinhas
"There were areas of poor people living in what we would call, slum type conditions..."
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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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Pam Iorio

As Interviewed by Nate Carlson
"You have young people who find themselves in a situation where their family is torn apart, they don't have much money, they don't live in a good neighborhood, they don't have positive role models. That's a young person with potential, but without the right guidance might not ever realize their full potential."
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Jubilee Barton

As Interviewed by Clarissa M.
". . . I, and many other physicians, believe health insurance is a basic human right, especially in a wealthy country like ours."
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Guillermina Ayala

As Interviewed by: Adelynn L
"I just feel like here in the United States, it's more transparent, that people do more, and people get involved more, in order to help others."
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Pablo Escamilla

Sophia De Leon
"Education. There is no better investment."
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Mile Metke

As Interviewed by Adam Scott
"We have partnered with high schools so that not only do they get four years of high school, but they also get two years worth of college tuition at no cost."
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As Interviewed By Kristen T.
"We’re opening an avenue for those who are despised and outcasts in our city to feel welcomed, loved, and appreciated."
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Ann Pennington

As Interviewed by Chase B.
"You cannot teach what you do not know, and you cannot lead where you will not go."
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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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