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to aid the cause of by approving or favoring

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She is also very passionate about advocating for the patients in her facility that are admitted with D K A I was lucky enough to have a wonderful conversation with Anna, along with a few other colleagues, as she was advocating for the needs of DKA patients She asked a question that was very important to have a good conversation regarding change.
On January 2, Marion Barry, the crack-smoking, tax-evading ex-mayor of Washington, D.C., who was a loud voice during his four terms in office advocating strict gun control measures, reaped what he sowed when two youths held him at gunpoint in his apartment and robbed him.
Her organization was one that played a key role in advocating for the centers with Dr.
Advocating for clients or students can be viewed as an act of speaking up or taking action that leads toward environmental changes on behalf of clients (Kiselica & Robinson, 2001).
Widell says that she does this work to keep Indian women safe and to make a difference in their lives, because no one else is advocating for Indian women.
Current CAHE projects include defending the fair share housing measures, encouraging the State Planning Commission to pay attention to urban areas (and vice versa), and advocating for property tax and brownfields policy reform.