Remorse: The 14 Stories Of Eric Morse

Ray Suarez is joined by inner-city Chicago teenagers LeAlan Jones and Lloyd Newman, creators of the award-winning documentary for National Public Radio called Ghetto Life 101. Now they'll talk with Ray about their second piece, Remorse: The 14 Stories of Eric Morse, which is the tragic story behind the death of 5-year-old child and the two young boys who dropped him out of a 14th-floor window at the Ida B. Wells public housing development. Guests: LeAlan Jones High School student at Martin Luther King High School Chicago, IL Speaker Producer New York Excerpt from Remorse Listeners call in

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