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DIALOGUE

Dialogue: Human Rights in Idaho

  • Aired: 05/26/2011
  • 58:51
  • Rating: TV-G
A one-hour followup to "The Color of Conscience," a documentary about the modern human rights movement in Idaho. Guests discuss whether Idaho's image and reality have changed a decade after the Aryan Nations was bankrupted, and what they see as current human rights concerns.
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Host Marcia Franklin and guests discuss human rights issues in Idaho.
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