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Democracy Now & Phil Gasper (reposted)
A conversation with death row prisoner Stanley Tookie Williams from his cell in San Quentin. He helped start the Crips street gang - his greatest regret - but behind bars he has become a leading advocate for the end of gang violence. He has written nine books and has been nominated several times for the Nobel Peace Prize. He is scheduled to die on Dec. 13 unless Governor Schwarzenegger grants him clemency. Actions are planned across the world today in what has been described as International Save Tookie Day.
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