To many, Ignacio Martín-Baró was a personal friend, a colleague, a mentor, a peer and lots of fun. Perhaps, in large part, because he was a Jesuit priest as well as a social psychologist at the time of his murder, he has been described by many as a martyr. He has also been acknowledged by the psychological establishment—some ...

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