Brazil: Possible Justice for Dorothy Strang

Randy Paul of Beautiful Horizons writes about the upcoming trial of a man accused of the murder of Dorothy Strang, a US-born nun that lived in Brazil helping native groups. However, he writes that “there is a slight undercurrent of despair mixed in with this from my perspective,” and “I cannot help but wonder whether the same attention would have been given to the case if she had been Brazilian-born or someone with the stature of a Chico Mendes.”

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