Morning North | Jan 21, 2013 | 3:52

The Human Library Project: Glen Duffy

We continue with our presentation of participants in our Human Library Project. Ten people have volunteered to be "human books" that you can sign out on January 26th at the South End Public Library in Sudbury. This segment features Glen Duffy, a mine rescue volunteer.

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