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Banned Writers Find Refuge in U.S. Cities

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Banned Writers Find Refuge in U.S. Cities

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Banned Writers Find Refuge in U.S. Cities

Banned Writers Find Refuge in U.S. Cities

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Cities of Refuge is an organization that takes in banned writers, hoping to buoy them from hostile homelands to life and work in a U.S. city. One such city is Ithaca, New York where Bridgit Meeds runs the local organization. Meeds speaks with Andrea Seabrook.

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