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Thanks to the members who have contributed photos. The photos in this photo album were taken by Tim Hetherington.
Dear all, I need your help as I am writing my thesis about war photography and how Photos depicts soldiers. I am basing my research on Sebastian's Work in the Korengal and I want to give my research…Continue
Started by Nevan Solagna Sep 15, 2014.
Typically in the Blogs section. This forum seems to have been abandoned.Continue
Started by Joe Clark Sep 12, 2014.
WOW It's like Disney meets war. Are you fucking kididing me Sebastian? As soon as I saw NatGeo in the beginning of the credits I knew.... FFS I saw more realism on the nightly news when I was a…Continue
Started by Ellen H. Last reply by Steve Aug 25, 2014.
I am a veteran of combat arms, but not a combat vet. I watched Restrepo with my Dad, who is a Viet Nam Vet with PTSD. My Dad wanting to show me this movie was a big deal, and I think that having seen…Continue
Started by Kaden S.. Last reply by Alice-Ashton Anderson Jul 2, 2014.
Read my story “Slaves of the Brothel” for the next two weeks as part of Byliner’s 14 for ‘14: http://byl.nr/KoIHVI
Posted by Ross Harris on January 6, 2014 at 4:11pm
On Sunday, July 16th, The New York Times ran Sebastian's provocative essay, Why Would Anyone Miss War? in their Review section.
Readers quickly took to the NY Times Facebook page and began commenting and posting their own opinions on the piece, and war itself. The discussion grew in intensity rather quickly; check out the conversation here (it is a public page, no Facebook login required). Feel free to engage and share your own thoughts on the article!
Also feel free to comment about it here as well, as a reply to this post.
The Hetherington family has named three charities where one can make donations in Tim's memory, and asked that I share them with all of you.
Milton Margai School for the Blind in Sierra Leone
Human Rights Watch
Committee to Protect Journalists
You can read a wonderful letter from Barbara Davidson at The Milton Margai school here.
Posted by Stuart Krichevsky on May 3, 2011 at 10:30am
To All of Tim's Friends,
Below is the link to the condolences website that the Hetherington family has set up. You can post comments and in a few days learn about how to donate to the charitable organization they are establishing in Tim's memory.
Posted by Stuart Krichevsky on April 25, 2011 at 11:00am
Here is a link to my New York Times Op-Ed piece "Farewell to Korengal" on the United States pulling out of the Korengal Valley. Anyone who leaves a comment on the article on my Facebook page will receive an early first chapter excerpt of WAR and be entered to win two tickets to the 92 St. Y event that I'm doing on Thursday, May 13th with two soldiers, Tom Hunter and Brendan O’Bryne, both of whom served in the Korengal Valley.
Link to NYT Op-Ed here.
Thanks to Michael Coffey for the terrific author profile, "War of Emotion," the cover story in the current issue of Publisher's Weekly.
Link to PW here.
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