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War, Sacrifice, and the Media.

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- Would war make sense without an enemy to demonize?
- Is it possible to grieve for the victims of both sides?

The media often present a sanitized and one sided narrative of war, torture and other forms of violence that blots out the faces and silences the voices of many of the main victims: the refugees, the victims of unjust imprisonment and torture, and the immigrants virtually enslaved by their starvation and legal disenfranchisement.  John and Ken probe the limits of the media representations of war and other forms of violence with renowned UC Berkeley professor Judith Butler, author of Frames of War: When Is Life Grievable?  This program was recorded in front of a live audience at the Marsh Theatre in San Francisco.

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War, Sacrifice, and the Media 50:11
Total Time 50:11

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