It is easy to become tired and exhausted when frightening news takes over everyday life. Maintaining such attention over time – and coping with its failure – is one side of the kind of fatigue that war brings with it. How can we as an audience avoid such reduced attention? I try with this personal Ukrainian narrative:
"We can no longer accept so many texts about Ukraine," said our media partner abroad. "Our readers are tired." As of this writing, it has been several months since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and the war is still front-page news in many media outlets around the world. But other political issues and aspects of life deserve our attention – like the reversal of Roe v. Wade, China's handling of covid-19, or . . .
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