activist

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  • She has been a great activist for women's right almost all her life.
  • She was also a political activist who carried on her father's work.
  • She was a political activist within the women's movement in the local community.
  • He soon dropped out of school and became a full-time activist in the resistance.
  • The groups and activists at all levels also carry out educational and research activities.
  • Other anti-government activists tried to keep the pro-government and anti-government forces apart.
  • His thought has been highly influential for both academic and activist groups.
  • White Rose has inspired many people around the world, including many anti-war activists in recent years.
  • White Rose has inspired many people around the world, including many anti-war activists in recent years.
  • Civil rights activists all over Northern Ireland soon launched a campaign of civil resistance.
  • Activists said the two had been arrested and executed by state security forces.
  • He disagreed with them about whether white activists should be allowed to help them.
  • Community groups and activists have been vocal about any changes at the airport.
  • He grew up on Long Island, where he became a civil rights and anti-war activist.
  • The movement consists of a variety of domestic and international organizations and individual activists.
  • Since his university days, he has been a labour and pro-democracy activist.
  • After her retirement, she established herself as an animal rights activist.
  • The decision appeared to follow a campaign by animal rights activists.
  • A number of less known activists were arrested throughout the country.
  • He was an activist, fighting for freedom of expression in art and politics.
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