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Fresh Air Weekend: Central Park 'Exonerated 5' Member; Examining Slavery's Legacy

Yusef Salaam was wrongly convicted in the so-called Central Park jogger case. Kevin Whitehead reviews Black To The Future. Clint Smith visits places central to the history of slavery.

Yusef Salaam, shown above in 2019, reflects on his wrongful conviction in the memoir, Better, Not Bitter. David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Central Park 'Exonerated 5' Member; Examining Slavery's Legacy

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