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Truth Can’t be Oppressed
How far would you go to tell the world the truth? That was the question Euna Lee had to ask herself when she and a fellow journalist, Laura Ling, were detained in North Korea after they crossed the border without a visa while researching a controversial story. They remained in captivity until August of 2009 when they received a pardon from the North Korean government. Hear the story of her incredible journey as she reflects on what it means to be a truth-teller in a broken world.
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1. The line between national security and free speech is blurry and has a complicated history in the United States' courts. Where do you see this line and what factors do you see playing into it?
2. How far would you go to pursue justice?
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