wrestling with those gruesome photos from Abu Ghraib

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"Growing up in Northern Virginia I had no shortage of opportunity, and I believe that means I have a responsibility to do everything in my power to educate myself and stand up for justice and dignity. I became an International Relations major to ensure I was doing all I could to better my perspective, and the more I learn, the more the truth is clear: torture is cruel, shameful, and ineffective. I refuse to be silent while my government conceals such clear injustice just a few miles from my home."  

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