Our family attended a prayer vigil/protest at an inner city church in Cleveland today. The protest is against the “School of the Americas” in Ft. Benning, Georgia, where it is purported that military from around the world are trained in abduction and torture techniques. The speaker was a man from Chile who was a political prisoner in that country in the 1970s. He said he was regularly tortured. He also said if it wasn’t for Amnesty International, he doubted he would have been released. Note: A couple years ago, I interviewed a Catholic high school teacher in Ocala, Florida, who was starting an Amnesty International Club at his school to raise student awareness about international atrocity.