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Tavis takes his cameras to Washington State, Louisiana, Missouri and California to present a narrative of what is working on the frontlines of reform in juvenile justice.
The second in a series of education specials from Tavis Smiley Reports, this episode looks at the connection between the juvenile justice system and the dropout rate among American teens and the efforts to end this link.
The fourth installment of Tavis Smiley Reports offers a candid look into the world of Los Angeles Philharmonic's star conductor Gustavo Dudamel and examines the resurgence of music programs across the U.S.
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