Death Row Inmate Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

NPR's Renee Montagne talks with death row inmate at San Quentin Prison, Stanley 'Tookie' Williams. Williams was convicted of killing four people in the late 1970's, while he was a leader of the Crips, a gang he helped found. Now he's a nominee for this year's Nobel Peace Prize for writing children's books that steer kids away from crime.

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