Joyce Gill Campbell was a nanny in New York City, but after being underpaid and overworked by her employer, she became an advocate for worker’s rights. Joyce was part of a campaign which resulted in New York’s first ever Domestic Worker Bill of Rights.
Scott Haren and Ben Harris met in a support group for people with Lou Gehrig's disease. They speak together: Scott speaks the words of his friend Ben, who types them onto a computer because he no longer can speak.
Sheldon Kennedy played for the NHL for years, but he’s better known for standing up and talking publically about what he went through as a victim of child abuse by one of his coaches. He now works to prevent the abuse of young people through a group he founded to train people to recognize the signs of abuse.
Late last night, Presbyterian leaders voted to allow gays and lesbians to be ordained as ministers. We speak with Murray Richmond who was a Presbyterian pastor for years and followed the official church line regarding homosexuality - it was against the teachings of the Bible and wrong. When he met some gay Christians, Murray began to change his mind.