Organizations to follow:
Panzi Foundation USA www.panzifoundation.org
Previous Blog Posts:
De Reus, L. (2013, March 8). Why I work with rape survivors in Africa. Retrieved from http://www.womenundersiegeproject.org/blog/entry/why-i-work-with-rape-survivors-in-africa
De Reus, L. (2013, April 23). A needed controversy over sexualized violence in Democratic Republic of Congo. Retrieved from http://www.womenundersiegeproject.org/blog/entry/a-needed-controversy-over- sexualized-violence-in-democratic-republic-of-con
May 2011: http://www.enoughproject.org/blogs/lee-ann-de-reus-i-tapped-very-core-my-meaning Professor and Carl Wilkens Fellow Lee Ann De Reus reflects on why she has become a leading advocate for ending genocide and crimes against humanity.
December 2010: http://www.herstorynetwork.com/women-making-herstory/dr-lee-ann-de-reus/ Interview about Panzi Foundation USA and work in DR Congo with Herstory Network.
August 2009: Conversations from Penn State, WPSU television episode on genocide in Darfur (57 min.), http://conversations.psu.edu/episodes/leeann_dereus/
October 2009: US Holocuast Memorial Museum, Voices on Genocide Prevention Podcast Series, Survivors Not Victims, http://blogs.ushmm.org/COC2/690