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Gloria Crist

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Gloria Crist has been working for human rights for many years. Her background includes several years working in Newark – first as a community organizer and later as executive director of a non-profit organization focused on using culture to revive the inner city. She also has ten years of corporate experience, with a special focus on operational and strategic planning. In 2004, she co-founded

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Ellen Feig

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A professor of composition and literature at Bergen Community College in New Jersey, Ellen Rosner Feig directs the Awareness and Information Program, Child Slavery/Trafficking/Soldiers for the Center for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation and is active in creating a lecture series focused on genocide and conflict. One of her primary interests is the use of discarded technology to create a genocide alert system in areas

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Ida Beth Malloy

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With both parents active in various peace organizations and in the Civil Rights Movement, Ida Beth Malloy participated in citizen protests from an early age and through these transformative experiences learned about the lasting import of speaking truth to power. Ida Beth has a teaching career of twenty years in the Trenton, NJ, area, and she has worked with children of all ages. Currently

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Karine Birazian Shnorhokian

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As the granddaughter of survivors of the Armenian Genocide and as the daughter of refugees from Turkey, Karine Birazian Shnorhokian draws strength and inspiration from her family history, and she is dedicated to ensuring that their past is never forgotten. She is the former Eastern Region Director for the Armenian National Committee of America (ANCA). To date, Karine has built coalitions with various human

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