Americans taken hostage overseas are more than twice as likely as other Western hostages to remain in captivity, die in captivity, or be murdered by their captors, according to a report this year from the group New America. Many of these hostages are journalists.

New Hampshire native James Foley was working as a freelance war correspondent for GlobalPost and Agence France-Presse in northern Syria  when he was kidnapped in November 2012. Nearly two years later, he was publicly executed by members of ISIS.

His parents, Diane and John Foley, joined Jim Braude to discuss their son’s legacy and the work they’ve done to protect freelance journalists internationally through the James W. Foley Legacy Foundation.