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5/1/13 Documenting reality, Wasaluna, concerned photography, and ca...
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Publish-date-icon March 30, 2014
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Join us as we spend an hour with international photojournalist Orin Langelle and writer/activist Ann Peterman who travel the world documenting environmental injustice and advocating for indigenous peoples. Among the varied topics discussed are Vermont McMansions, Nicaraguan landslides, surviving on Coca-Cola and beer, how the media saved Chiapas, Mexico, why nobody ever goes to Brasília, and how photography helps us relate to each other. Mr. Answer Man answers the question “Is it ever okay to lie?”

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