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Video: Ensuring Human Dignity

The son of a migrant farmer who began working at age 11 by shoveling blacktop, Darryl Morin learned to overcome the limitations others placed on him to build a successful communications business, and help manage the oldest Latino civil rights organization in the country. His numerous social justice efforts have also connected local Hispanic groups with Jewish communities and beyond, so that every person in Milwaukee can have a voice and make a difference.

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