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Toronto Reads: "Prisoner of Tehran"

This week, we're featuring conversations with people who have a personal connection to each of the five books selected for this year's Canada Reads. Lily Pourzand's family fled Iran in 1999. She now works for Amnesty International Canada. She shared her perspective of "Prisoner of Tehran" with Laura. Listen audio (runs 6:43)

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