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PBS NEWSHOUR

Journalist documents forgotten horrors that most news misses

  • Aired: 11/10/2017
  • 03:09
  • Rating: NR
When journalist Anjan Sundaram travelled to Rwanda in 2009, he encountered a repressive government that targeted and imprisoned the journalists he worked with. His experience opened his eyes to the courage needed to report on the stories and people that can easily hide from the world’s collective consciousness. Sundaram offers his Brief but Spectacular take on covering the forgotten.
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