See and Hear Reconciliation
Twenty years after Rwanda’s genocide, healing is still a work in progress. Photographer Pieter Hugo traveled there to photograph unlikely pairs: the perpetrators and victims of violent crimes, who, through a Catholic non-profit, have reconciled. Dominique Ndahimana describes the power of his victim’s forgiveness: “I had lost my humanity because of the crime I committed, but now I am like any human ...
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- Editors’ Note
Issue 21: Redeeming the Law, whale migration, cell sacrifice, and farsightedness.
- I Fought the Law
Now I think it’s time to rehabilitate its unsavory reputation. /
- The Largest Beast’s Long Migration
Blue whales shock us with their size. But their efficiency and endurance are greater still. /
- Greater Love Has No Cell
The biblical allegory written into our bodies. /
‘By some miracle, she felt a lifting / lost the tyranny and weight of near things’ /
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