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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly

Right to Live/Clean Flicks/African-American Spirituals (#852)

Fred de Sam Lazaro reports on the latest medical debate over end-of-life care raised by the British court case involving a terminally ill patient; Lucky Severson explores the legal controversy over whether video companies have the right to edit offensive content from films and sell these versions to consumers without permission from the distributors; Dr. Arthur Jones, founder of the Spirituals Project, describes the historical, cultural and religious significance of African-American spirituals. [26 minutes] Closed Captioning

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