Interview with Father Fausto Mila in Honduras
SOA Watch participated in the International Human Rights Encuentro in Honduras in February 2012. Laura Jung spoke with Father Fausto Milla, a religious leader in the Honduran movement who has been persecuted by the State of Honduras.
Sam Kersen is a US-based visual artist, performing artist, and muralist. His work has can be found in several collections and galleries. Sam travels extensively, sharing his unique way of seeing things with the world, and reflects much of this in his work, and records some of it in his many essays. He is also an accomplished Puppeteer, and his productions frequently center on issues concerning Social (In)Justice.
Sam recently released his newest book entitled "Betrayed, Double-Crossed, Lied To, and Deceived!!" which includes 25 linoleum block prints, including the "Torture is a Crime" engraving.
For more information about Sam Kersen, his art, and his collaborations, visit his site here: http://samkersen.com
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A challenging new documentary has quickly become one of the
widest-reaching films to encapsulate the history of the SOA Watch
An in-depth look at the torture practices of the United States in Afghanistan, Iraq and Guantanamo Bay, focusing on an innocent taxi driver in Afghanistan who was tortured and killed in 2002.