We have promised our readers and viewers that, should we receive at least 10 requests, we would be posting the full speech that the ACLU President Susan Herman gave at McGill University on March 22, 2012. We received the tenth request few days ago. Thanks to all those who showed interest.
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Those who are interested to watch an excerpt from the speech can do so here.
Enjoy watching this inspiring speech (you will finally find out the identities of those 12 people Susan Herman considers as heroes!)
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