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On Crisis Survival: Stories of Disaster and its Aftermath

Which crises demand our attention? It falls to journalists and filmmakers to help us understand. But how do they do that? And how should we respond? Disasters demand solutions. So with survival at stake, are you willing to engage? Journalist and moderator John Anderson, author and journalist Naomi Klein, and documentary filmmakers Peter Galison (Secrecy), Tia Lessin (Trouble the Water), Patrick Creadon (I.O.U.S.A.), and Eugene Jarecki (Why We Fight) discuss the next bad thing, and what to do to head it off.

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John Anderson
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Naomi Klein
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Peter Galison
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Tia Lessin
Panelist
Patrick Creadon
Panelist
Eugene Jarecki
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