This former New York State judge moved from the courtroom to Florida’s growing fields, bringing human rights and economic justice to over 30,000 farmworkers.

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Laura Safer Espinoza

Fair Food Standards Council

This former journalist became an advocate for children with disabilities held in abusive institutions, fighting torture, training activists and changing lives in 36 countries.

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Laurie Ahern

Disability Rights International

This Episcopal priest gives voice to a national movement helping homeless people acquire and maintain permanent housing.

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Linda M. Kaufman

Community Solutions

This longtime community worker provides a comfortable day center where homeless families can eat, relax, bathe and learn.

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Margaret Lovejoy

The Family Place

This social worker-turned-attorney and professor mentors students in her quest to empower Native American communities.

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Nani Lee

A Positive Tomorrow, LLC-SD

A former dancer and fashion stylist pairs families with plenty with those with little to reduce hunger in impoverished communities.

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Pam Koner

Family-to-Family

This micro-lending champion capitalizes on equality and economic justice with bonds that fight the “feminization of poverty.”

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Patricia Foley Hinnen

Capital Sisters International

A laid off businessman uses consumer waste to design and manufacture eco-friendly packaging and combat global plastic pollution

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Paul Tasner

PulpWorks, Inc.

Far beyond the pulpit, this teacher-turned-Episcopal-priest helps young and old fiddle in harmony, building connections in rural communities.

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Rev. Belle Mickelson

Dancing with the Spirit

Former National Association of Evangelicals spokesman spreads the word about environmental sustainability, equality and justice .

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Richard Cizik

New Evangelical Partnership for the Common Good
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