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Is Your Christmas Diamond 'Dirty'?

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Is Your Christmas Diamond 'Dirty'?

Is Your Christmas Diamond 'Dirty'?

Is Your Christmas Diamond 'Dirty'?

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Brian Leber, owner of a Chicago jewelry store that specializes in conflict-free diamonds and recycled gold, talks about his mission to educate consumers on the ethical sensitivities, or conflicts, associated with some of the world's finest jewelry. Leber is joined by Carroll Bogert, associate director of Human Rights Watch, who explains efforts by her group to persuade governments and corporations to buy their precious metals and stones from areas that support human rights.

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