The World

From his time as a chaplain in Korea in the 1950s, Sherwin Wine was always intrigued by the varieties of the world’s culture and geography. If this was the only world in which he could live, he would discover as many corners of the globe and expressions of the human experience as possible. And he loved meeting interesting people and learning their stories. His world travels over his July and winter vacations would become fascinating travelogues, insights into far-away places and peoples, and invaluable portraits of the most important and interesting places on Earth.

Massacre in Rwanda

The Jewish Humanist, September 1994 Tutsi. It has the sound of…