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Photographer Marcus Bleasdale in the Congo

  • Aired: 10/05/2013
  • 04:04
  • Rating: NR
National Geographic photographer Marcus Bleasdale has spent decades finding beauty in trauma. His recent work in the Congo is featured in the magazine’s 125th anniversary issue celebrating its history of photographic excellence. “The Price of Precious” documents child labor in camps that extract not blood diamonds, but tin, tungsten and tantalum -- minerals used in electronic products.
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Photographer Marcus Bleasdale's The Price of Precious documents child labor in the Congo.
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