Some Battered Women Find Shelter in Russia

Some Battered Women Find Shelter in Russia

Some battered women find shelter in Russia Published in USA Today on June 13, 2006 Olga Torgunakova lived for two months in the Lyubava Center, a women’s shelter with four beds in this city 50 miles northwest of Moscow. Now, Torgunakova, 23, and her 4-year-old...
Berliners Recall Red Army Atrocities

Berliners Recall Red Army Atrocities

Published in Chicago Tribune on September 24, 2002   On the day the Red Army arrived in central Berlin in April 1945, Magda Wieland took shelter in the cellar of her apartment house. The first Soviet soldier to find her was a 16-year-old Central Asian who raped...
Afghans try to pick leaders

Afghans try to pick leaders

Afghans try to pick leaders Published in Chicago Tribune on December 5, 2001   Former Afghan rivals, now the harbingers of peace and stability in their desperate country, worked into the early morning Wednesday to decide who will lead an interim government, a...
Humor Carries Serious Message on AIDS

Humor Carries Serious Message on AIDS

Published in The New York Times on November 25, 1990   A GROUP of 150 middle school students gathered recently at the First Congregational Church in Madison for a performance of an unusual road show. The youngsters, from shoreline towns from Guilford to Essex,...