Don't Label Me
Irshad Manji, founder of the Moral Courage Project, offered her thoughts on how society can have diversity in thoughts and ideas without labeling people.
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Irshad Manji Founder and Director New York University->Moral Courage Project
Latoya Peterson Deputy Editor (Former) ESPN->Digital Innovation
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