The Magdalen Laundries
Thursday, 13 August 2020
Inside Ireland's Magdalen laundries women were virtual prisoners, condemned to a life of servitude, for perceived sins of the flesh. Steve Kroft reports on revelations that have shocked the Irish people, embarrassed the Catholic Church, and tarnished the country's image.
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