A New York Times editorial sheds light on the difficulties of covering torture and interrogation.
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Two examples of individuals who confronted the status quo, and were ultimately vindicated.
Hear an excerpt of an American RadioWorks interview with Rejali about those who resist the pressure of group-think in a "torture bureaucracy."
A passage from Torture and Democracy with a view of Rejali's personal stake in this subject.
A few days ago, a “Speaking of Faith” Google alert highlighted Kaye Thompson’s blog entry about her first year in Lesotho, Africa. Her reflections on serving in the Peace Corps is refreshing, honest, and vulnerable. I appreciate that. And, I found her description of cooperation among medical professionals and local healers hopeful and inspiring:
Video of a troupe of dancers who express their mystical Sufi faith through exuberant movement and traditional music.