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December 1, 2010

Art From the Ashes of Ruin

Playwright and activist Lynn Nottage explains how after interviewing survivors of Congo’s civil war in 2004, she was inspired to write Ruined, which earned her a Pulitzer Prize. Mixing “passion, purpose and art,” Nottage hopes the play will impact people long after curtain-down.

November 10, 2010

Understanding Sexual Violence in Congo

For our first podcast episode, we go to the Democratic Republic of Congo, a region that has been called the “rape capital of the world.” Jocelyn Kelly and Dr. Julie VanRooyen, both of the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, have spoken extensively with rape victims and perpetrators in the region and share their findings.

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