Tapestry | Apr 26, 2013 | 53:58

The Exit Ramp

On this week's show, the elusive exit ramp. One guest tries to escape a soul-crushing line of work - he is a minister who has lost his religious belief - and another guest leads gang members away from lives of violence.

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