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- Scott Simon Host of NPR's "Weekend Edition with Scott Simon" and author of "Home and Away" and "Jackie Robinson and the Integration of Baseball."
- Fabrizio Hochschild United Nations special assistant to the undersecretary for humanitarian affairs
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