In Maximum Security Prison, Educator Promotes Empathy Through Literature
It’s a Thursday evening near the end of the semester, and Steve Romagnoli, FCRH ’82, is leading his students through the moral ambiguities of Ruined, Lynn Nottage’s 2009 Pulitzer Prize-winning play about the wages of war in the Democratic Republic of Congo. At the heart of the drama is a brutal irony: When rape isRead More