Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation
This month marks a year since a death squad broke into the home of Berta Cáceres, and shot Honduras' most prominent environmental activist to death.
They set out, alone and terrified, on a treacherous journey for the promised land: a mass exodus of children, some as young as 4.
I went to Fort Benning, Ga., over the weekend to join the call for the closing of the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, also known as the School of the Americas.
On the Road to Peace: This weekend's annual gathering at the School of the Americas was both heartbreaking and heartening, a time of grief and a time of joy.