Mariana Cook traveled all over the world—from Johannesburg to Yangon—to capture many of both the well-known and the lesser-known pioneers of the human rights movement. The portraits show the power of a single individual—one face, one voice—to transform the world. The photographs featured are published in Justice: Faces of the Human Rights Revolution.
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