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I believe that it's up to people like me to take the African American experience and humanize it.
Stephen's condition and the efforts of his brother to help him provide Weiner an opportunity to humanize intellectually challenging topics.
By that, he means (and his terminology unfortunately connotes a crude Marxist determinism) a departure from the struggle to humanize American capitalism.
The details of the morning of September 11th are familiar, but the personal stories humanize the trauma and loss.
Little by little we have been able to sensitize the authorities to the need to humanize imprisonment" the missionary told ZENIT.