Famous Children's Activists
Browse notable children's activists such as Pat Nixon, Lillian D. Wald, and Pete Seeger.
Children's Activist, Philanthropist, Disc Jockey, Radio Talk Show Host, Writer / 1940 -John Donald "Don" Imus is a radio personality famous for his "insult humor" as well as a philanthropist working to help children with cancer and other groups.
Children's Activist, Princess / 1961 - 1997
Princess Diana was Princess of Wales while married to Prince Charles. One of the most adored members of the British royal family, she died in a 1997 car crash.
Children's Activist, Civil Rights Activist, Environmental Activist, Women's Rights Activist, Anti-War Activist, Guitarist, Singer / 1941 -
Joan Baez is an American folk singer, songwriter and activist who is best known for her distinctive voice and for her role in popularizing the music of Bob Dylan.
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profile name: Lionel Messi profile occupation: Children's Activist, Soccer Player
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profile name: Princess Diana profile occupation: Children's Activist, Princess
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profile name: Trey Songz profile occupation: Children's Activist, Songwriter, Singer
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profile name: Don Imus profile occupation: Children's Activist, Philanthropist, Disc Jockey, Radio Talk Show Host, Writer
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profile name: Joan Baez profile occupation: Children's Activist, Civil Rights Activist, Environmental Activist, Women's Rights Activist, Anti-War Activist, Guitarist, Singer
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profile name: Dolores Huerta profile occupation: Children's Activist, Civil Rights Activist
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