I think I saw myself as a 'softie' -- I wasn't a street-tough kid... I knew how to be nice. I didn't really know how to fight...It made me see that I could be outspoken, I could do things that were upsetting or strongly disagreeing to other people. And it made me more confident. It made me believe more and more that we could make a difference as people, not just leaders. Leaders can only be there for people who let them be there and do what they do. I mean, leaders can do a lot, but people have to be educated to get in touch with our need to protect ourselves as a larger group.
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