Jeanne Beker explains why she's championing Mark Sakamoto's book Forgiveness for Canada Reads

Canada Reads panellist Jeanne Beker shares the personal reason why she chose to defend the book Forgiveness by Mark Sakamoto.
Jeanne Beker is defending Forgiveness by Mark Sakamoto. (CBC)

Canada Reads panellist Jeanne Beker stops by q to share the personal reason why she chose to champion the book Forgiveness by author Mark Sakamoto. She also opens up about how her life-long career as a storyteller and her three decades as a celebrated fashion journalist.

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Pictured l-r in frame 50: Tony Moffatt-Lynch, Arch McDonell, Micki Moore, Peter Young, Susan Petrie, Robert Duparc. (CBC Still Photo Collection/Paul Smith)


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