Over a dozen religious groups in Ithaca have joined a national campaign to condemn torture.
Among the many misdeeds of the Bush regime, the use of torture is the most atrocious and dangerous.
The National Religious Campaign Against Torture began earlier this month with a convention of faith groups. Anti-torture banners are now on display in houses of worship.
In Ithaca, a program called "Audacity To Believe: The Witness of A Political Prisoner" will be held at the Unitarian Church on Wednesday, 1 October, at 7 pm.
"Audacity To Believe" is the best-selling book by British physician Sheila Cassidy, who was tortured by the Pinochet regime in Chile in the 1970's for treating a political prisoner, and will speak at the event.
for Ithaca Blog