Kings of Their Own Ocean
Investigative journalist Karen Pinchin explored the life of bluefin tuna and the people that catch them as well as the impact of climate change and overfishing. This event was hosted by the Strand Book Store in New York City.
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Sabrina Imbler Author
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Karen Pinchin Author
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