List/Grid Torture and Challenges to Human Rights

The Torture Report: Reflections by Colleen Kelly

Torture was never okay The first time I saw Khalid Sheik Mohammed I was at Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. Mohammed — the alleged mastermind of 9/11 — was behind triple-paned… Read more »

The Torture Report: Reflections by Nancy Meyer

The Torture Report by Nancy Meyer The Report is a captivating movie. Nothing in it – from the government-sponsored cruelty experienced by captives depicted in the torture scenes to the… Read more »

The Torture Report: Reflections by Valerie Lucznikowska

October 2019 Who are we? As Americans. As individuals. This thought gripped me when I first heard of the kidnapping and torture of people captured as suspected terrorists. The subsequent… Read more »

The Torture Report: Reflections by Terry Kay Rockefeller

Reflections by Terry Kay Rockefeller On September 10th, 2001, I was a proud citizen of a country based on the rule of law and adherence to fundamental human rights –… Read more »

The Torture Report: Reflections by Phyllis Rodriguez

October 18, 2019 Revisiting the Loss of My Son and its Aftermath The Report evoked painful memories and deep emotion in me. It is a reminder of the loss of… Read more »

Adele Welty’s Review of “The Report”

November 2019 Just when I think I’ve seen or heard it all in my eighty-plus years, along comes an explosive expose’ to wake me up – again.  Although not unique to… Read more »

Gorsuch Has History of Defending Torture

March 19, 2017 — To the Editor: On the surface, President Donald Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch, appears to be a pleasant and moderate man. But Mr…. Read more »

Torture and Challenges to Human Rights

Adele Welty at Guantanamo

January 7, 2007 GUANTANAMO, Cuba: Cindy Sheehan, whose soldier son was killed in Iraq, marched with other mothers and peace activists Thursday to the Cuban military zone around the U.S…. Read more »

International Conference

Civilian Casualties, Civilian Solutions 9/11 Families Join Terror Victims from Around the World to Create an International Network for Action and Policy Change NEW YORK – August 15 – Thirty… Read more »

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