Saying 'No' to Torture

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When the topic of torture enters the room, it arrives as a stranger. We are afraid of it. We can't look at it in the eyes. We want to close our ears to hear anything else. Suddenly, we no longer have a choice to ignore it, and we know all at once why we are apprehensive: it is a mirror of ourselves,  our estrangement, our fear of one another. - Stephanie, Metta Center for Nonviolence

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