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Sexual Harassment—What’s Changed Since the Hill/Thomas Hearings?

| October 2, 2007

Hillary, Condi, Aung San Suu Kyi and You

| October 1, 2007

Museum Film Festival Appeals to Fresh Audience

| September 27, 2007

Hillary Evens the Score on the Sunday Morning Circuit

| September 24, 2007

Ms. Memories

| September 24, 2007

The Invisible World Cup

| September 20, 2007

Sally Field’s Peace Message Breaks Through

| September 17, 2007

Wired, She Wrote

| September 17, 2007

Tags: Media, Media

Congressional Democrats Embrace Equal Pay Issue

September 12, 2007

Tags: Politics

Uganda’s Warrior Girls

| September 10, 2007

Yes, this slight, shy girl talking with me in the schoolyard killed four people. The rebel soldiers had given her the dictum so many warrior Ugandan children live under: “Kill, or we will kill you.” She tells her story in a rapid-fire, hushed monotone—as if rushing to deliver a memorized passage from a tale too awful to really think about. And that it is. She is only now 16 years old: as an 11-year-old soldier she killed grown men. I don’t give her name because life is still too dangerous for her. Abducted from her school by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) as a small child, she is now rebuilding her life in northern Uganda—a student at a boarding school for girls in Kitgum, near the Sudanese border. In the run of her life, she managed to escape from the brutality of the rebel army only to return to her village to find her parents dead. More »