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Guest Host: Frank Sesno
In 2005 an American nun was murdered in the Amazonian rainforest in Brazil. For forty years she worked on behalf of the poor, the landless, and the forest. The life and death of Sister Dorothy Stang.
- Binka Le Breton Journalist and cofounder/director of the Iracambi Research Center in the Atlantic Rainforest of Brazil. Her books include "Voices from the Amazon," "A Land to Die For," and Trapped."
- Marguerite Hohm (Home) Younger sister of Sister Dorothy Stang
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