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Kerry Kennedy: In Chicago: Nobel Laureates and Students Defending Human Rights, One Step at a Time

I spent yesterday morning in the library of Chicago's Lincoln Park High School, listening to students talk about what the word "hero" means to them. This wasn't any normal school day.
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