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  1. Aaron Rhodes

    Aaron Rhodes

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    American human rights activist

  2. Adam Penenberg

    Adam Penenberg

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    American journalist

  3. Alafair Burke

    Alafair Burke

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    American novelist and legal schoalr

  4. Alaleh Alamir

    Alaleh Alamir

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    Artist

  5. Alison Baker (writer)

    Alison Baker (writer)

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    Alison Baker (born 1953 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania) is an American short story writer.


  6. Allen Bergin

    Allen Bergin

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    Allen Eric Bergin (born August 4, 1934) is a clinical psychologist known for his research on psychotherapy outcome and on integrating psychotherapy and religion. His 1980 article on theistic values was ground-breaking in the field and elicited over 1,000 responses and requests for reprints, including luminaries such as Carl Rogers and Albert Bandura. Bergin is also noted for his interchanges with probabilistic atheist Albert Ellis.


  7. Allen W. Wood

    Allen W. Wood

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    Allen Wood (born 1942) is a moral philosopher specialising in the work of Immanuel Kant and the field of German idealism, with particular interests in ethics and social philosophy. He is the Ruth Norman Halls professor of philosophy at Indiana University and has held professorships and visiting appointments at numerous universities in the United States and Europe. In addition to popularising and clarifying the ethical thought of Immanuel Kant, Wood has also mounted arguments against the validity of 'trolley problems' in moral philosophy.


  8. Anya Schiffrin

    Anya Schiffrin

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    American journalist

  9. Arlene Blum

    Arlene Blum

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    American mountain climber

  10. Arthur H. Livermore

    Arthur H. Livermore

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    Arthur Hamilton Livermore (August 14, 1915 – October 12, 2009) was a science educator, He was educated at Reed College in Portland and in the University of Rochester in New York, where he worked on the synthesis of penicillin under Vincent du Vigneaud, who won the 1955 Nobel Prize in chemistry. He obtained a Ph D in Chemistry in 1944. He taught biochemistry at Cornell University and Reed College to 1963. He was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1954 for work in Molecular & Cellular Biology.


  11. Barbara Ehrenreich

    Barbara Ehrenreich

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    American journalist

  12. Barbara Reskin

    Barbara Reskin

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    American, Scientist

  13. Barry Hansen

    Barry Hansen

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    American, Educator

  14. Berkeley Lent

    Berkeley Lent

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    American politician

  15. Bernard Smith (sailboat designer)

    Bernard Smith (sailboat designer)

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    Sailboat designer

  16. Bill Morrison

    Bill Morrison

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    American filmmaker

  17. Bill Naito

    Bill Naito

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    Businessman

  18. Brendan McConville

    Brendan McConville

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    American academic

  19. Brian Rolland

    Brian Rolland

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    American guitarist and songwriter

  20. Bruce Voeller

    Bruce Voeller

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    American biologist

  21. Bud Clark

    Bud Clark

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    Portland, Oregon businessman and former mayor of Portland

  22. Carol Brouillet

    Carol Brouillet

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    Carol Brouillet (born August 28, 1957) is an American political activist and organizer, was a Green Party candidate for the United States House of Representatives in California's 14th congressional district before 2010's redrawing of the districts, and most recently ran for California's 18th congressional district. Carol is a leading activist in the 9/11 Truth Movement. In 2006 and 2008 she ran for the United States Congress as a Green on a 9/11 Truth, Peace, and Impeachment platform. She has co-founded several non-profit organizations that seek to connect people, vital ideas, and important information for the purpose of nurturing healthy social change, economic justice and ecological sustainability. These include the International Media Project, the Who's Counting Project, the 9/11 Truth Alliance, and the Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance.


  23. Caroline B. Miller

    Caroline B. Miller

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    Caroline B. Miller is a former county commissioner for Multnomah County, Oregon and American writer who successfully ran for public office in three consecutive U.S. elections. During her political tenure in the Oregon State legislature, she was a strong advocate of the need for government and individuals to cooperate in providing educational and community services. She also headed the Portland Federation of Teachers and won Oregon’s Labor Hall of Fame.


  24. Catherine Otto

    Catherine Otto

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    Prof. Catherine M. Otto is an internationally recognized echocardiography specialist, Director of Training Programs in Cardiovascular Disease at Cardiology Division, University of Washington Medical Center, and has authored famous echocardiography textbooks. The major fields she works in are valvular heart disease, adult congenital heart disease and echocardiography.


  25. Charles Bigelow (type designer)

    Charles Bigelow (type designer)

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    American, Designer

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