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Doing Well By Doing Good: An Interview with Kerry Kennedy, Author and Human Rights Advocate

We have perceptions about people in politics, even more so when they are the kids of famous politicians. Kerry Kennedy is nothing short of caring, smart and full of kindness. Before meeting her, I had read about her work as a lawyer in Washington D.C. and, like anyone else, was familiar with her father- the late Robert F. Kennedy's- history and career. It was through meeting her that I learned about her devotion to justice and equality, her dedication to the advancement of human rights and her tireless work towards achieving all of this.
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