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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Tamara E. Stone

As Interviewed by J.S.
"The point of it was to let the Russian government know that we were interested in their plight and that we were not going to forget about them. "
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Sanjay B. Patil

As Interviewed by Neil Patil
"There is no need for anyone to be classified or sub-classified."
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Myra Barnes

As Interviewed by Trevor Binford
"It was a time of women's rights, nationwide."
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Dr. Barbara L. Hart

As Interviewed by Gabe Hart
"I think we tend to look at what has been the result and not look at what is the cause."
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Catherine van Zanten

As Interviewed by John DiCarlo
"(My parents) didn't think of (blacks) as equal, they were very nice to them, (but) didn't think of them as equal."
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Chris Black

As Interviewed by Andrew Sauer
"The American Way in history might not always be the right way."
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Irene Smith

As Interviewed by Ethan W.
""Everybody just kind of thought the same way. I moved in a white environment.""
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Judith Rader

As Interviewed by Alex Stewart
"I didn't believe in treating anybody mean, I just didn't really want them in my circle of friends."
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Joe C. Thompson

As Interviewed by Christina Beck
"Everyone was equal (in Chicago). It was a whole different world."
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Morris and Sally Porter

As Interviewed by Hannah Marks
"The Deaf community is my community."
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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 couldnít keep their wives at home then they werenít 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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Vera Young

As Interviewed by Frisco Koelling
"Her stories had a large part in shaping my ideals today. "
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Aurora Flores-Wolsky

As Interviewed by Jennifer Torrs
"Treat people how you wish to be treated."
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Cheryl Curtis

As Interviewed by Philippa Keosheyan
"That was the time of the sit-ins, the freedom rides. In the south there were places where you could not stop to eat or use the restroom. It was the college students that took up that battle and became the voice of a movement to bring about equality."
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Denise Gilman

As Interviewed by Nico Madrid
"I think in Texas people realize that our immigrant community and our Latino community are very much a part of our society."
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Alberto Martinez

As Interviewed by Lesley Martinez
"Everyday, the doors close a bit more for us."
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Sandy Bell

As Interviewed By I.S.
"But I identified with the injustice of relating to people, hating people, disliking people, being suspicious of people, because they were a different race."
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C.L.

As Interviewed by Ali B.
"I was bullied constantly, I was beat up after school, I was afraid to walk home, afraid I wouldn't make it home alive, sometimes."
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Maisaa Tizani

As Interviewed by Zeena Jarrar
"We should be judged based upon how we act, not by our outward appearance."
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Irma Heinrich

As Interviewed by Alexia Heinrich
"It is humiliating and frustrating when you are not treated with respect."
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Donna Crockett

As Interviewed by Max Villarreal
"I never knew if they really were ever going to shoot us."
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Jennifer Jones

As Interviewed by Morgan Smith
"He was very shy, but he said, ĎItís gonna be okay; itís okay.í"
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Mary Teeters

As Interviewed by Connor Presley
"My parents had strong values that it was wrong to treat people differently because of their skin color."
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Gloria Garcia

As Interviewed by Daniel Valadez
"Free is the best way to be."
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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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Guillermo Lopez

As Interviewed by Luis Lopez
"I was one of the lucky ones, I got zoned to a white school."
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Catherine T. Cocco

As Interviewed by J. Cocco
"I canít say that anyoneís affected my view of any other personís race. Technically speaking; I canít say that anyoneís really tried, either."
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James K. Russell

As Intervieved by Nicole Russell
"The teachers painted a picture that the world was an integrated place without racism."
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Nelson Thomas

As Interviewed by Sebastian Morquecho
"My grandfather was in a regiment in the Army called the Buffalo Soldiers, made up of an all-black Calvary that fought in the war but were segregated."
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Steve McDaniel

As Interviewed by Ciara McDaniel
"I have been terrorized by Hispanics and I have been terrorized by whites. If you want to stereotype and generalize, you can say both are equally good at being very bad."
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Linward Shivers

As Interview by Travis Shivers
"Itís getting a little bit better, but itís slow."
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George H. Freitag

As Interviewed by Ariana Freitag
"The good 'ole days are here and now."
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Shao Lan Feng Chen

As Interviewed by Alvin Hong
"Very few people hated segregation but kept it to themselves because if their secret was found out, then the word will spread and friends will betray them and people will hate them."
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Chanro Park

As Interviewed by Kevin Park
"Park Chung-Hee received both extreme admiration and criticism."
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Simone Biow

As Interviewed by David Biow
"I think that there is a lot that an individual can do in Africa."
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Sherief Gaber

As Interviewed by Elizah Flores
"Whatever connection I had with Egypt was just screaming at me that I had to go. "
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Gad Ilan

As Interviewed by Hannah Ilan
"When Israel was born, there was a big war between Israel and all the Arab countries. At that time there was a lot of Arabs that lived in Israel, with the Israelis. They supported the Arab countries..."
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Adel Emam

As Interviewed by Harper Shapiro
"Everyone would have done the same."
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Kristina Pfeiffer

As Interviewed By Hannah Read
"Foster care takes a lot of patience. It was normal to me, my life"
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John Bush

As Interviewed by Michael Barre
"Take a look at this, youíre about to witness someoneís rights get violated right in front of your face on a public institution. "
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Bill Meacham

As Interviewed by James DuBose
"It was a moral thing."
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Jane Doe

As Interviewed By Anna S.
"I donít believe in the possibility of a better life in Russia, at least not in the near future. Too many generations have been destroyed in the hope of such an idea."
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Quentin King

As Interviewed by Sarah Smith
"I just think [social injustice] is something that will go on forever."
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Kathy Weiner

As Interviewed by AJ Carter
"Now when someone calls me a lesbo all I say to them is 'Yeah, and?'"
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Shirley Wheeler

As Interviewed by Hannah Oxford
"It made no since to me. If the good Lord says we're all his, I think itís right that all his should be equal, treated equal. "
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Patsy Edmiston

As Interviewed by Chloe Edmiston
"I felt the color of someone's skin should not make them any different."
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Matthew Rinaldi

As Interviewed by Ezra Hankin
"I've been back to Kaziesco three times now, and I've really been impressed by how much has changed."
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Lu Young

As Interviewed by Haley H.
"I think Martin Luther King's dream came true in your class today."
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Michael Wolf

As Interviewed by Grace Fullerton
"I think people treated me just like everyone else."
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Bonnie Jean Blacklock

As Interviewed by Nicholas Blacklock
"I have lived through a time where blacks had separate water fountains, separate bathrooms,and I have witnessed a complete turn around of that."
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Gloria Moreno

As Interviewed by Clara Bishop
"If you feel good about yourself, and you feel confident, then you can accomplish a lot."
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Clare Lozano

As Interviewed by John Walters
"I really felt called to explore what the church might be able to do so that there would still be programming in that place."
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Marie Brown

As Interviewed by Sam Pastor
"You werenít free anymore, and you didnít have anything to dress, you had to watch your language, you had to watch everything."
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Regina Rogoff

As Interviewed By Hayden H. Price
"I wanted to feel like I had made a difference in life, not just made money. I wanted to be different from everybody else."
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Miriam G. Aguilera

As Interviewed by Odalis Cartagena
"I was 29 years old when I came to the United States of America."
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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 youíre not welcome and, basically, youíre in trouble. "
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Jennifer D. Soldano

As Interviewed by Isaree P.
"Eighty percent of the children in India are abused in some way, which is astronomical."
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Kevin Chapppell and David Sweeney

As Interviewed by Brighton Graf
"It is harder to look at sexual orientation in the realm of social injustice because there is not an automatic outward marker when you are young like being black. "
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Garland Robertson

As Interviewed by Jerod Bork
"Conflict is inevitable, and violence is an easy choice. The language of violence is used, but we need a language of respect to affirm the dignity of everyone."
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Mumtaz S.

As Interviewed by Jonah S.
"The partition was a big event in that sense Ė there was discrimination and there was no discrimination. There was not even a proper rule of law."
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Rachel Akins

As Interviewed by Andrew Winkler
"Everyone should be able to have a house. That should be a human right."
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Tony Tran

As Interviewed by Brandon Lee
"They call us refugees. Vietnam refugees or the Boat People. The Boat People of Vietnamese refugees."
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Carol Levine

As Interviewed by Krista Bangs
"I remember walking through the courtyard and thinking there's a new world I could be a part of."
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Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez

As Interviewed by Megan Blackburn
"You can't tell the story of America during World War II if you don't tell the story of Hispanics."
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Ora Houston

As Interviewed by Hank Comer
"That was the first time that I thought 'Okay, something's wrong.'"
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Sekyeong Lee

As Interviewed by Angela Kim
"Women rights are always necessary. Either a girl or boy, youíre still a human being, so you deserve same rights."
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Jason Sabo

As Interviewed by Aaron Brodkin
"You have to have the support of both parties or your bill will not pass."
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Jim Currin

As Interviewed by Sophie Dolan
"I think dated more women in Greenville than a straight man, just to prove I wasn't gay."
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Hata Pilav

As Interviewed by Muamer Amir Pilav
"War is a stupid old man's game that is used to stay in power. "
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Mark C. Rogers

As Interviewed by Teo Rogers
"Friend's parents would look at an album cover, where there was a band that combined white English people, black English people and a white American drummer, and they would say, 'There's not a white man among them.'"
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Arnolds Pencis

As Interviewed by Emily P.
"Prejudices are taught; you are not born with prejudices. "
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David Duncan

As Interviewed by Sam Rogers
"I was just rocked to the core. I was a great admirer of Martin Luther King, Jr."
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Bill Cone

As Interviewed by Will Johnson
"I did not buy a hamburger from that man ever again. "
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Luis Llamas

As Interviewed by Cathleen Llamas
"Everyone deserves a second chance, no matter what."
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Phillip O'Keefe Periman

As Interviewed by Josie W.
"As long as I can remember, there was a Christian mandate to love every human regardless of race or geography."
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Maureen Lepree

As Interviewed by Keirnan Green
"I think they got what they wanted. I hope they still want more. I guess we all do."
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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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W. Charles Akins

As Interviewed by Nina Newman
"A good education and the right mindset is the key to a successful life, filled with opportunity."
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