I often get this conflicted feeling when I watch a documentary about children, like this week’s POV broadcast of Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go: I am immediately concerned that the subjects are being exploited in some way, since they’re not really able to decide for themselves whether or not they want to be involvedContinue reading this entry »
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POV 2009: Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go
15 to Life
October 21, 2014
Join Liberty Brew & View for a free screening of 15 to Life: Kenneth's Story, in partnership with the Springfield area ACLU. University of Illinois Law School professor Steve Beckett will speak after the film. Call (217) 529-8580 for more information.
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