Dr. Alfred Moldovan "You think 20, 30 years is a long time in the life of a country? It's a speck. It takes generations to change the direction of a country. Sometimes a century. It's time that it occurred." A general practitioner from New York City, Moldovan founded the Medical Committee for Human Rights in 1964 to treat civil rights demonstrators’ injuries. Moldovan was the first physician to reach protesters during the conflict on the Edmund Pettus Bridge, where police attempted to stop the 1965 voting rights march to Montgomery, Alabama. His ambulance was the only medical vehicle to cross the bridge during the attack. "Obama's youthful minions, they've gone out and registered millions of people. But there's no need for anyone to get their head busted anymore. It’s different now. People don't have to put their bodies on the line. They have to put their minds on the line. They have to learn and study. Different time, different population."