When disaster strikes, photojournalists run toward it instead of away. Usually, with a camera in hand. Their job is to get up close to tragedy and danger, to document things we need to see, in the hopes of somehow making a difference. This hour we're talking with some of the world's great photojournalists. And, remembering NPR war photographer David Gilkey - killed with his translator this week while on assignment in Afghanistan. [Broadcast Date: June 15, 2016]
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