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πŸ“™ To the Best of Our Knowledge: Reading the Pain of Others by Jim Fleming, narrator Jim Fleming


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Photographers capture heartache and agony. What does it mean for them? And what does it mean for us, those viewing the photos? Do these images create empathy? Compassion? Or something else? [Broadcast Date: April 25, 2014] Want more To The Best of Our Knowledge?Subscribe for one month or 12 months.Get the latest issue.Check out the complete archive. (P) and ©2014 Wisconsin Public Radio

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