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This Dream Defender and his team put the people first.
Groups organize discussion about girls of color for May 28.
The Dream Defenders of Tallahassee launched a set of satirical ads as part of "Vote or Vest," a campaign to encourage voting and voter registration.
The executive director of the Dream Defenders tells why he is committed in the fight for justice.
Dream Defenders analyze how mass incarceration affects Black and brown communities.
This year's activism honorees include 11-year-old Robby Novak, also known as Kid President, as well as the Dream Defender founder, Phillip Agnew.
After staging a 31-day sit-in, the Dream Defenders are now leaving the Florida capitol.
The Dream Defenders, who have been protesting the Stand Your Ground law in Florida, have announced a massive drive to register 61,550 voters by 2014.
A group of young protesters, who call themselves the Dream Defenders, have slept on the stone floor of Florida's State Capitol every night for the past three weeks to urge the state to change the "Stand Your Ground" law.
A new generation of civil rights leaders is emerging.