Info Magazine interviews Marissa about the 90 photographs that make up the exhibition “One Person Crying: Women and War,” on now through April 2014 in Oradour-sur-Glane.

Info: Why did you choose this theme?
Marissa Roth: A combination of factors motivated this work, first my parents are refugees from the Holocaust, a part of my family was killed and I was looking for answers. As this reporter has always attracted me, and as a woman, I was not attracted by the war but because what happens after. I grew up in America during the Vietnam War and I have always been against the war, which is still seen on the side of man. This story is not often told. When I was young I was not aware of the way to go with this exhibition at Oradour, I understand the reasons that led me to this.

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