Morning North | Jan 18, 2013 | 4:08

The Human Library Project: John Moore

We've been introducing you to the "books" in our human library. These are people who volunteered to be "human books" for a day at our Human Library event on January 26th in Sudbury. Today's "book" is a man fighting a conviction of second degree murder that kept him in jail for a decade.

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