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Frédéric Brenner discusses his book, “Diaspora.” He begins by explaining that his book is divided into two parts: one of photographs, and one of writers commenting on what the photographs mean to them. He talks about how Jews have settled all over the world and how they live in places like Spain, Rome, Alaska, China, and Paris. He describes his own Jewish background and tells why he decided to compile this project. He talks about how young Jews in Argentina were taken away from their parents and killed. He ends the interview by discussing the curriculum of the Jewish Academy in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Betacam tape: Excerpt of show with Martinson interviewing David W. Latko before the break and Frédéric Brenner after the break. Date on case front cover: 10/20/03. Date on tape: 10/20/03. Date and time on case spine: Mon Nov 17; 7:30.