Sherrilyn Ifill ’84, President and Director-Counsel for the NAACP Legal Defense Fund is one of two black women who could define American democracy for the next generation according to
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Xiaoyuan “Charlene” Ren ’13 is founder and director of MyH2O, an organization that monitors water quality throughout China.
Carrie Goldberg ’99 talked with
about building her reputation on winning sexual-privacy cases and her ultimate goal to put herself out of business.
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Keith St. John
Keith St. John ’81 appeared to have a life plan set by an early age—his formidable mother wanted him to be a doctor. Instead, St. John created his own path, which led him to become the first openly gay black elected official in the United States.
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Paula Williams Madison
In the documentary
Finding Samuel Lowe: From Harlem to China
, Paula Williams Madison ’74 travels to Jamaica and China (the birthplace of her grandfather Samuel Lowe) to explore her heritage.
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AC Dumlao ’13, program manager for the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, on why workplaces need to prepare for a non-binary future.
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—projects by Jason Blum ’91 of Blumhouse Productions—earned a total of 7 Golden Globe nominations In December. The uber-producer had also received critical acclaim for
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