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UpFront: Youth in Prison in California, Saddam's Prison in Iraq and Mother Theresa's Prison of Doubt

New America Media, Audio, UpFront Radio Posted: Aug 31, 2007


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This week:


  • Views from the Ethnic Media

  • Did California Just Take a Giant Leap Forward in Juvenile Justice? Michael Kroll of The Beat Within weighs in.

  • Imagining Saddam's Prisons with Sinan Antoon.Sinaan Antoon

  • Mother Theresa's Spiritual Darkness - A Conversation with Richard Rodriguez

  • Commentator Andrew Lam on Self-Esteem.

  • The Youth Outlook


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