American Lawyer Bryan Stevenson“I was taught that you have to stand up even when people say sit down. You have to speak, even when people say be quiet”.

As heard on The Ryan Tubridy Show

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6 million black people fled the American South “as refugees and exiles from terror” in the early part of the last century; 4,000 African-Americans were lynched in the 12 states of the South between 1877 and 1950: chilling statistics from American civil rights lawyer and activist Bryan Stevenson, who spoke to Ryan Tubridy today about his life and work and …