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Death row attorney Bryan Stevenson on 4 ways to fight against injustice

(Photo Credit: Daniel Bayer/The Aspen Institute) What happens when you gather 350 thought leaders from across the globe and ask them to solve some of the biggest issues we face, from racial and economic inequality to injustice of all forms? It's a tall order, but the annual Resnick Aspen Action Forum attempts to do just that in Aspen, CO, each summer. The four-day event features skills workshops and seminars all aimed at helping the leaders, Fellows within the Aspen Global Leadership Network, fulfill their "action pledges," goals they set during the Forum to create positive change in their communities.
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