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Cyntoia Brown's Path to Freedom p5

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Cyntoia Brown's Path to Freedom p5

Cyntoia Brown's Path to Freedom p5

After being imprisoned for the last 15 years, Cyntoia Brown will be a free woman.

She was granted Clemency by Governor Haslam on Monday.

But with her release set for August 7th, she still has a way to go.

So what is NEXT for Cyntoia?

Ben Hall will be joined on OpenLine by Senator Brenda Gilmore and Derri Smith of End Slavery Tennessee for the discussion.

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