Johnson, who was 6 when he first gave voice
to a cousin's doll, once shared the stage with Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, and even touched up McCarthy's hands when the legendary puppet went to the Smithsonian.
Eager to do what they could to help hurricane and flood victims, many of the firefighters gave voice
to their disgust and frustration.
A trio of men--Bryan Wallk, Jay Bartley, and Michaud--wearing suit jackets around their ankles, gave voice
to gender issues.
THE F-WORD: Images of Forgiveness, a powerful and moving exhibition which ran in London in January, gave voice
to 26 people from around the world who had experienced tragedy or atrocities.
In the spirit of his book The Cambridge Quartet, in which Casti gave voice
to such scientists as Alan Turing and Edwin Schrodinger in a mock discussion about artificial intelligence, the author here assembles a new cast of notable scientists and thinkers.
But the strategy failed, and as this anthology makes clear, African Americans soon began to stretch the new wineskins of their oppressors' language, fashioning a distinctive, original, and ultimately world-shaping musical tongue and vocabulary, one that gave voice
to their own African heritage and to the length and breadth of their sufferings, struggles, and prayers in the long road to freedom.