I’m leading the organization of a book talk, Amy Biehl’s Last Home: A Bright Life, A Tragic Death, and a Journey of Reconciliation in South Africa. An intimate portrait of a Stanford alum, Fulbright scholar and human rights activist killed in an act of political violence.
Story is the thing, isn’t it? An evening of storytelling at Kepler’s quarterly reading series. The evening’s theme was Unsent Letter. I shared my short story ‘Thy neighbor’ . Here’s an extract.
My panel contribution can’t ignore recent article on the prospects for justice with the creation of a new African tribunal. ‘African Court Comes with in-built Impunity’.
Michal Barak (Executive Director of the Center for Multiculturalism and Diversity at The Hebrew University), is one of the founders of Women Wage Peace. Initiated in the summer of 2014,…