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RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY

Civil Rights 50th Anniversary, Prisons and Mentally Ill

  • Aired: 06/21/2013
  • 25:36
  • Rating: NR
We examine the decision facing the Supreme Court on the issue of affirmative action; look back at some of the key moments of the civil rights movement in 1963 with historian Taylor Branch; and visit a Chicago jail to look at the moral and financial costs of relying on prisons to care for the mentally ill.
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