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"This is Joan Trumpauer Mulholland. She was nineteen when this mugshot was taken in 1961 for protesting segregation in a non-violent Freedom Rider demonstration. From the Breach of Peace blog: She joined the Freedom Riders, she says, “because none of the things I was being taught in Sunday School were being applied in real life. ‘Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.’ The children’s songs we all learned – ‘Jesus loves the little children … red and yellow, black and white.’ ”
I've always liked this speech from Anya. She sounds like a little kid, but it makes so much sense. As a demon, she's probably never been close to anyone who died. And now that she is, it doesn't make sense because demons don't die the same way. She knows it's not right and she's sad, but she doesn't understand why.
On December 11, 2016, the world lost a true hero, Marion Pritchard. She wasn’t a household name — I certainly didn’t know her story before now — but it’s time to give this truly incredible woman the recognition and respect she deserves. Pritchard was born in the Netherlands in 1920, into a prominent upper-class family....