Attivista-Scrittrice Arundhati Roy in Zuccotti park New York
arundhati roy on zuccotti park in italian
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Suffrage historian Eleonor Clifts notes that "they were opposites in temperament and appearence...whereas Paul appeared fragile, Burns was tall and curvaceous, the picture of vigorous health...unlike Paul, who was uncompromising,and hard to get along with, Lucy was pliable and willing to negotiate. Paul was the militant, Burns the diplomat. Despite their stark difference.Paul and Burns work together so effectively that followers would often described them as having one mind and spirit." suffrage campaign 1910-1920
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"People don't take stock of how much the world has changed, they can become attached to their powerlessness and all too comfortable with despair. If you tell people that they can't change anything then it's safe for them to go home and watch sitcoms. But if you tell people that they're responsible for what the world is like, they have to do something."