Families pray together on the West Side of Chicago to remember a young girl who was raped and killed. Parents who have lost children to violence often come together here to support other families who have experienced the same tragedy.
The cover for the Facing History and Ourselves publication, "What Do We Do with a Difference? France and the Debate over Headscarves in Schools," which discusses the French educational philosophy of secularism and immigrant integration, the surge of fundamental Islam, and how these facets have led to a controversy over wearing headscarves in public schools.
Ngaujah stands on the hillside above Freetown, where he has been able to build a house of zinc metal on a small piece of land given to him by the government. He does not plan to return to Kono, the district where he was born and grew up (and where he was captured by rebels), because he believes that there are better opportunities for him and his family in Freetown, the nation’s capital. “What has been done, has been done,” he says.