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1984: Why should I care? – Amanpreet Kaur

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Wednesday
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December
2019

I once met an elderly man who had taken pictures before and after 1984. I asked him: “What was it like photographing 84’?” His response: “I feel like I have been photographing 1984 my entire life.” His response shook me and it became a very significant moment for me. This experience led me to question - Why do I care about the violence that occurred during 1984…why should I care?

I once met an elderly man who had taken pictures before and after 1984.
I asked him: “What was it like photographing 84’?”
His response: “I feel like I have been photographing 1984 my entire life.”
His response shook me and it became a very significant moment for me.

This experience led me to question - Why do I care about the violence that occurred during 1984…why should I care?

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