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Voices
Ryan Di Corpo is the managing editor of Outreach and a former Joseph A. O’Hare, S.J., Fellow at America.
People supporting a citizenship law beat a Muslim man during clashes with those opposing the law in New Delhi Feb. 24, 2020. Christian leaders from different denominations in New Delhi condemned the communal violence. (CNS photo/Danish Siddiqui, Reuters) 
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Ryan Di Corpo
Seventy-five years after Gandhi’s death, when Hindu nationalism has risen to the highest echelons of the Indian government, his legacy in the nation he helped liberate is complex and, in some cases, denigrated.
Students from the nation's Jesuit schools gather near the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Nov. 8, 2021, to advocate for the environment and for immigration as part of the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice. (CNS photo/Rhina Guidos)
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Ryan Di Corpo
For 25 years the Ignatian Family Teach-In has brought Jesuit educated young people together to learn more about the history of U.S. involvement in Central America and how Jesuit values can help them understand contemporary demands of social justice.
Hidetoshi Nishijima and Toko Miura in ‘Drive My Car’ (Janus Films)
Arts & CultureFilm
Ryan Di Corpo
The Oscar nominee “Drive My Car” is a three-hour elegy whose quiet intensity intimates an emotional storm beneath the surface.
Photo: Searchlight Pictures
Arts & CultureFilm
Ryan Di Corpo
America spoke with Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield about the nature of faith and the singular courage of Tammy Faye.
Taliban fighters patrol inside the city of Kandahar, southwest Afghanistan, on Aug. 15, 2021. (AP Photo/Sidiqullah Khan)
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
Ryan Di Corpo
Our invasions of Afghanistan and Vietnam may have different beginnings, but their ends show that we are capable of repeating basic mistakes, writes Ryan Di Corpo.
‘Collective’ joins the ranks of great films about investigative journalism (photo: IMDB)
Arts & CultureFilm
Ryan Di Corpo
The 2020 nominees for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature showcase a wide array of topics, from the injustices of incarceration to the blossoming friendship between a man and an octopus.
Arts & CultureFilm
Ryan Di Corpo
“News of the World” succeeds in marrying the classic action-adventure conventions of the American Western with a deeper, human story about the ties that bind us, even in the midst of persistent unrest.
FaithFaith in Focus
Ryan Di Corpo
I sought a roadmap for how to grieve, best practices for mourning the passing of loved ones. But still I have found no instruction manual on grief, no established set of rules.
Arts & CultureFilm
Ryan Di Corpo
The toxic relationship between the F.B.I. and Martin Luther King Jr. is the subject of the highly-anticipated documentary “MLK/FBI.”
Robert MacDougall in “Boys State” (photo: A24) 
Arts & CultureFilm
Ryan Di Corpo
In a new award-winning documentary about Texas Boys State, democracy is fraught with conflict.