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Faye Porter, NVO Board Chair, said that "by working together their ability will be enhanced to give voice to, and advocate social justice, with Canada's 180,000 voluntary sector organizations.
Imagine New York II, a project of the Municipal Art Society, is the second phase of Imagine New York a campaign to give voice to the people's visions for rebuilding the World Trade Center site that began almost one year ago.
But did we also give voice to the burdens we brought in with us to Mass that day?
This is one of the contradictions Susan Willis mentions: What does it really mean to give voice to someone, or some group of people?
Peggy Rosenthal concludes the accessible historical survey of her introduction optimistically: "Poets, whose vocation it is to give voice to their culture's deepest perceptions, show no sign of losing interest in the challenge posed by the Gospel's central figure" (xliii).
Surely if one is to write the history of a particular culture one should aim to give voice to the actors that constitute that culture.
It shows care and erudition, and should give voice to the ideas and discourses that hegemonic structures in texts and in the academy have changed.
And here was a Chicana mayor equally determined to give voice to the large and increasingly marginalized Hispanic population.
Tools like NetSensory that can give voice and network managers common ground for problem solving, without adding yet another layer of management complexity, are sorely needed to advance VoIP in the enterprise to the next level.
It is a volunteer-driven membership organization of individuals, cities, communities, counties, associations, businesses and organizations in a 22 county region, banding together to give voice to southern Colorado and in shaping the policies for southern Colorado.
But I find it equally important to give exposure to unknown voices, to give voice to humble but significant faith experiences .
The book does not address these issues nor does it give voice to those who are the recipients (or, some would argue, victims) of welfare policy making.
It's an opportunity to give voice to a victim who was mutilated,'' Greenberg said.
This work has been continuously disrupted by harassment and threats of violence from none other than the two criminals you so glibly give voice to--in a story that treats their felonies as some wacky San Francisco civil war.
and the novel The Farming of Bones, brings together an anthology of essays, poems, letters and stories that give voice to the Haitian experience in the "dyaspora.