Writer Jacqueline Woodson Woodson won the National Book Award for young people's literature in 2014 for her memoir 'Brown Girl Dreaming,' and is finalist for a 2016 National Book Award with 'Another Brooklyn.' [Originally broadcast Dec. 2014] We remember 'Brown v. Board of Education' civil rights attorney Jack Greenberg who died this week. David Edelstein reviews the new animated documentary 'Tower,' about the first modern gun massacre.
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Woodson won the National Book Award for young people's literature in 2014 for her memoir 'Brown Girl Dreaming,' and is finalist for a 2016 National Book Award with 'Another Brooklyn.' [Originally broadcast Dec. 2014] We remember 'Brown v. Board of Education' civil rights attorney Jack Greenberg who died this week. David Edelstein reviews the new animated documentary 'Tower,' about the first modern gun massacre.