Native American Public Telecommunications



Victims of Torture (6/22/00)

Date of this Version

June 2000


Torture in the Third World is still being used in interrogating community activists. But the stories of the survivors of torture are now being heard. This has caught the attention of the Hopi Foundation, which has created a special program that assists communities that have been subjected to torture. The Foundation also created the Barbara Chester Award to honor torture victims. This year's Barbara Chester Award goes to Shari Eppel of Zimbabwe who has been working with victims in her community. Can Native America help stop torture in the Third World? Guests include Shari Eppel, Doran Dalton of the Hopi Foundation, and Ceu Brites of East Timor.

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