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Don’t Miss Joel Whitney in Conversation with Wojciech Jagielski this Wednesday
April 30, 2012
This Wednesday, May 2nd, Guernica Editor in Chief Joel Whitney will be moderating “A Reporter’s Perspective on War” with Polish journalist Wojciech Jagielski. Part of the PEN World Voices Festival, the discussion will chronicle ongoing conflicts and the tolls they take upon those who live in their midst.
Jagielski is the recipient of several international awards. His work has covered the Caucuses during the collapse of the Soviet Union (A Good Place), the Afghan regimes (Praying for Rain), and Chechnya (Towers of Stone). His forthcoming book, The Night Wanderers, examines how the Lord’s Resistance Army preys upon Ugandan youth.
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from one of the most exciting voices in journalism. More information can be found here.
A Reporter’s Perspective on War
Wednesday, May 2nd
7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Brooklyn Public Library, Dweck Center at Central Library, 10 Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn
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