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Read a live blog of an address by Chilean Minister of Public Works Laurence Golborne at the JFK Jr. Forum.
I straddled a historical boundary sitting between my father and my grandmother as I pulled back the first page of Iranian activist-lawyer Shirin Ebadi’s autobiography. I bridged mother and son, linking the experiences of a once-17-year old man who fled and of a woman who stayed and endured the 1979 Iranian Revolution. Ebadi, the first Iranian and the first Muslim woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize, makes a parallel connection with her memoir “Iran Awakening."