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Jennifer Fox's film, The Tale, has been nominated for an Emmy Award for best television movie. Fox wants the film to change people's understanding of child sexual abuse: "Let's use my story to change the world." Kyle Kaplan/HBO hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: A 'Tale' Inspired By Real-Life Trauma; Reducing Mass Incarceration

Jennifer Fox's HBO film, The Tale, is based on the sexual abuse she experienced as a child. Justin Chang reviews BlacKkKlansmen. Julian Adler and Judge Victoria Pratt discuss alternatives to jail.

Jennifer Fox's film, The Tale, has been nominated for an Emmy Award for best television movie. Fox wants the film to change people's understanding of child sexual abuse: "Let's use my story to change the world." Kyle Kaplan/HBO hide caption

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Kyle Kaplan/HBO

Fresh Air Weekend: A 'Tale' Inspired By Real-Life Trauma; Reducing Mass Incarceration

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