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William Schulz, executive director of Amnesty International USA, and law professor Father Robert Drinan, join Diane to talk about human rights around the world, and why they believe Americans should be aware of and involved in the struggle to protect human rights in all corners of the globe.
- William Schulz Executive director, Amnesty International USA
- Fr. Robert Drinan Professor of law at Georgetown University
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