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This is one of the contradictions Susan Willis mentions: What does it really mean to give voice to someone, or some group of people?
All perspectives are needed to make well-rounded, well-informed decisions and give voice to southern Colorado.
But I find it equally important to give exposure to unknown voices, to give voice to humble but significant faith experiences .
It's an opportunity to give voice to a victim who was mutilated,'' Greenberg said.
and the novel The Farming of Bones, brings together an anthology of essays, poems, letters and stories that give voice to the Haitian experience in the "dyaspora.
Even more, our songs give voice to the joys and sorrows of our bodies.
In another effort to give voice to the farmers left out of the Conference, the Brazilian National Confederation of Agriculture Workers, CONTAG, will hold a Family Agriculture Coffee Fair this weekend.
Smiley, a former aid to former Mayor Tom Bradley, launched his radio career 12 years ago with a series of commentaries titled ``The Smiley Report,'' which attempted to give voice to the city's African-American residents.
Just as the musical numbers do in Guys and Dolls, Fiddler on the Roof, and The Sound of Music, the songs here give voice to feelings that are too big, too rich, and too complex for words alone.
The Coalition for Patients' Rights (CPR) is a grass roots effort formed to give voice to victims of medical malpractice, along with consumers and those representing and supporting victims to challenge the movement to limit the amount of money that victims are entitled to recover.
LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE - When Mavis Cain's husband, John, died nine years ago she didn't abandon the couple's lifetime crusade to help the poor and give voice to the powerless.
With confident artistry and a knack for keeping the audience on the edge of its seat, Kaufman paints Wilde not as a gay hero but as our patron saint who died to give voice to the love that dare not speak its name.