Boundbreakers: People Who Make A DifferenceNPR explores the stories of individuals who have made a difference well before the rest of the world recognized it.
Boundbreakers: People Who Make A Difference
People Who Make A Difference
Participants in Project GRIP celebrate one man's release. Through the yearlong course, prisoners are taught how to confront and deal with what got them into prison in the first place.
Courtesy of Jacques Verduin
Frances Moore Lappe speaks at a Rainforest Action Network event. When she wrote the best-selling Diet For A Small Planet back in 1971, she helped start a conversation about the social and environmental impacts of the foods we choose.
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Susan Glisson, former director of the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation at the University of Mississippi, facilitates discussions on slavery and race.
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Peggy O'Neill stands outside Edmunds Elementary and Middle Schools in Burlington, Vt. She was one of the strongest advocates for the bike lane in her city but met a lot of resistance.
Jacqueline de Chollet of Switzerland, now 78, helped found the Veerni Institute, which gives child brides and other girls in northern India a chance to continue their education.
Yana Paskova for NPR