Overheard at National Geographic

Documenting Democracy

28:27 | Nov 3rd

2 recommendations

Andrea Bruce, a National Geographic photographer, has covered conflict zones around the world for nearly two decades. She shares how the experience of capturing democratic ideals as a war photographer...Show More


mm recommended:Nov 10th

This is a lovely episode about what democracy looks like and means through the lens of a photojournalist who travels the world. When the US goes into countries to "spread democracy", what does it actually mean? What does it actually look like? Profound episode.

I thought this episode was:

💬 A great conversation
💎 A Hidden Gem
💡 Educational
🤔 Thought-provoking

mmNov 10th

@jspinelle You'll love this!!!

caseybroda recommended:Nov 8th

After someone in war torn Afghanistan asked her “what is democracy?” Nat Geo photographer Andrea started down a path that had her looking at democracy in the United States, a country that wanted to spread it everywhere.

I thought this episode was:

🌅 A beautiful story
😲 Fascinating
🤓 Insightful
🤔 Thought-provoking

mmNov 10th

@caseybroda Loved this episode so much. We don't often think about what democracy "looks" like and this is a great illustration of it.

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