Johnson is a young human right activist in Hong Kong and former Hurford Youth Fellow at the National Endowment for Democracy. A graduate from the University of Hong Kong, he was the spokesman of Civil Human Rights Front, a Hong Kong civil rights alliance, and was Deputy Secretary of Federation of Student, the leading group of the 2014 Umbrella Movement. Sarah Freeman-Woolpert studied international affairs and conflict resolution at The George Washington University. She has lived for the past two years in Sarajevo and Belgrade conducting research on youth activist movements and also serves as the Assistant Editor for the Journal of Resistance Studies.
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