Photographer Craig Ruttle arrived in Newtown, Conn., in the late afternoon of Dec. 14, 2012, hours after a gunman killed 20 students and six adult staff members at nearby Sandy Hook Elementary School. Working for the Associated Press and Newsday, Ruttle covered the tragedy until Christmas Day. The Ochberg Society …
Bearing witness is the call and burden of the trauma survivor, but not all choose to accept it. Angela Bachelet Jeria has done just that, though, for nearly 40 years. The trained archaeologist’s life was changed permanently and fundamentally by the Pinochet coup in Sept. 1973. Her husband Alberto, an …
“It’s important not to be married to anyone in politics,” Claudio Contreras declared, the mid-afternoon sun glinting off his aviator sunglasses and his slicked back black hair as he turned to look at me from the front seat of his taxi. Contreras was driving me to meet Jorge Reizin, a …
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- Photographer Craig Ruttle on covering Newtown: http://t.co/kx1etiioyy, 1 hour ago
- RT @MotherJones: These are the 194 children killed by guns since Newtown http://t.co/4ZUc1ahIPB http://t.co/sBrnpMfB5M, 2013/12/10
- RT @ajam: How much has the world changed since #NelsonMandela was a prisoner in South Africa? Watch @AJInsideStoryAM at 5p ET/2p PT for more., 2013/12/10