Children of War
Aired On: May 9, 2013
Through photography, Donna DeCesare explores how the mayhem of war affects children both in the moment and years later.
Photographer/educator Donna De Cesare has spent two decades focusing on the lives of Central American children exposed first to war and later to gangs. Her newly published book Unsettled / Desasociego: Children in a World of Gangs is both a memoir and a visual history of her experiences. De Cesare teaches documentary photography at the School of Journalism at the...
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