Live Again in Community: Hispanic Refugees and the Church
AbstractTorture and other forms of physical assault are systematic attempts to undermine a personal sense of safety by violating our most symbol-laden possession, our body. Often victims of torture are stripped in the torture process, a gesture that emphasizes the vulnerability we all experience just below the surface of our lives. (Schreiter, 33)
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