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August 13, 2017

Step inside a Los Angeles bookstore that takes on Iran's censors

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“Reading books is a human right,” says bookseller Bijan Khalili, who runs Ketab Corporation, a Persian bookstore in Los Angeles. It started as a simple service to exiles who had fled the Iranian Revolution, leaving their books behind. Produced by: Valerie Hamilton. Image credit: Marcus Teply.

Aired August 10, 2017

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Very end of wrap up of segment is cut short again without reporters full name. Just noting, maybe there's a reason for it but would be nice and less abrupt if cut in dead air right after wrap up.
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