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Notes from the Court Martial of Sgt. Paul Cortez

| February 22, 2007

“She screamed and cried and tried to keep her legs together.” That is how Sgt. Paul Cortez described the reason he was fully aware that his premeditated rape of 14-year-old Abeer Qassim Rasheed Al-Janabi was not consensual but criminal. More »

What Happened to Women’s Theatre?

| February 21, 2007

What Happened to Women’s Theater?

| February 21, 2007

Second Court Martial in the Rape and Murder of Abeer Qassim Rashid Al-Janabi Begins

| February 21, 2007

The first day of the court martial of Sgt. Paul Cortez began in the small courthouse near the Burger King on Ft. Campbell, at the border of Kentucky and Tennessee. Only a few onlookers, mostly reporters and military escorts, were on hand to watch as the military judge quizzed the tall, thin Cortez about the multiple charges to which he pled guilty. More »

Murder Charges vs. Philippines Rep.

| February 16, 2007


From One Night’s Silence, a Larger Debate?

| February 14, 2007

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The Activism and Art Connection

| February 12, 2007

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Promising Signs at the UN

| February 8, 2007

Women's Voices Missing from the Theatre—Does Anyone Care?

| February 7, 2007

Una’s Story

| February 5, 2007