A conversation with Jesús Emilio Tuberquia, a leader of the San José de Apartadó Peace Community in northwestern Colombia, during his October 2010 visit to Washington. Founded in 1997, the Peace Community was established in the conflictive Urabá region as a non-violent effort to exclude all armed actors -- the military, paramilitaries and guerrillas -- from their zone. More than 180 members of the Peace Community have since been killed. This interview was conducted by Adam Isacson of the Washington Office on Latin America.

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