Ady Barkan

activist and subject of “Not Going Quietly”

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Director of the Fed Up campaign at the Center for Popular Democracy, which promotes a pro-worker, pro-immigrant, racial and economic justice agenda

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"As ALS has made my voice weaker, more people have heard my message. … I've tried to use the communication methods I still do have to build power for the progressive movement.

‘Not Going Quietly’: Ady Barkan fights for health care reform after being diagnosed with ALS at 32

"As ALS has made my voice weaker, more people have heard my message. … I've tried to use the communication methods I still do have to build power for the progressive movement.

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