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Shoshana Johnson

Thirty-year-old U.S. Army Specialist Shoshana Johnson is the first African-American woman to be held as a prisoner of war. Thursday, the Congressional Black Caucus hosted a ceremony for Johnson, but it wasn't the celebration they wanted. Reporter Allison Keyes takes us to the event and talks about the resolution for Shoshana Johnson that the caucus couldn't get passed.