'Fresh Air' For Aug. 14, 2017: Poet Imagines Life Inside A 1910 Institution Hear the Fresh Air program for August 14, 2017

In her book The Virginia State Colony For Epileptics And Feebleminded, poet Molly McCully Brown explores themes of disability, eugenics and faith. Kristin Teston/Persea hide caption

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Poet Imagines Life Inside A 1910 Institution That Eugenics Built

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