French activists of Amnesty International Patrick Cadiou, left, and Bernadette Bernad, right, celebrate a " toast to freedom," in Paris, Saturday, May 28. 2011, in memory to fifty years ago, when one ... more 
French activists of Amnesty International Patrick Cadiou, left, and Bernadette Bernad, right, celebrate a " toast to freedom," in Paris, Saturday, May 28. 2011, in memory to fifty years ago, when one man's outrage at the imprisonment of two students for raising a toast to freedom spawned a powerful network of solidarity. Amnesty is almost three million members and supporters in about 150 countries. All work on a specific mandate to protect human rights and abolish the death penalty. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Bob Edme
Sat, May 28, 2011 2:22 PM EDT