For his second graphic novel, photojournalist Marc Ellison travelled to northern Tanzania to speak to young girls who have escaped child marriage and female genital mutilation.
He presents their stories in a "graphic novel 2.0", a mixture of illustrations, photos and videos. In this podcast, he explains the reasons behind his choice of format as well as the process of creating a report in the style of a graphic novel.
Warning: This podcast includes content some listeners may find distressing.
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