Rebroadcast - #93: What if you witnessed the limits of human suffering?
**This rebroadcast episode originally aired in April, 2017**
“It’s in these places that you begin to see the limits of human capacity – how resilient we are...how we will find a way.”
Producer: Whit Missildine
Episode Summary: A Yale student moves to Congo to pursue his journalistic dreams and finds an ignored world of people suffering under war and dictatorship whose stories never make the news
A wide-eyed Yale graduate shares stories of Congo, where he dedicated himself to exposing what the modern world closed its eyes to.
Today’s episode features Anjan Sundaram, Author of: "Stringer: A Reporter's Journey in the Congo" and "Bad News: Last Journalists in a Dictatorship"
Website: anjansundaram.com, Twitter: @anjansun
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Content/Trigger Warnings: war, violence, explicit language
Intro Music: "Illabye" – Tipper
Music Bed: Ryan Black - ryanblack.io
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