Silence is not golden
In the past six months, the conversation about the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi has ebbed and flowed as athletes, journalists and sports executives have expressed concern about Russia's anti-gay laws while also urging restraint amid the specter of protest at the Games.
But we haven't yet harnessed the full power of the moment -- and the potential for change that comes with it -- because too many voices remain silent. And the reason they are silent is because too many people fail ...
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