Images Of The Dead And The Change They Provoke

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Bruce Shapiro, executive director, Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma
Fred Ritchin, professor of photography and imaging, New York University

Disturbing images of the dead and dying have long been used as tools to provoke change. After the tragedy in Newtown, Ct., some are urging the release of the crime photos, hoping that images of the massacre might lead to stronger gun control.

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