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Unconventional childhood helps ‘Free Spirit’ author to advocate for domestic-abuse victims (podcast)

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Unconventional childhood helps ‘Free Spirit’ author to advocate for domestic-abuse victims (podcast)

Nov 25, 2013, 02:30 pm CST


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In This Podcast:

Joshua Safran

Joshua Safran is an attorney, writer, speaker and occasional rabbi, and was featured in the award-winning documentary Crime After Crime, which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. The author of Free Spirit: Growing Up on the Road and Off the Grid, Safran is an advocate for survivors of domestic violence and the wrongfully imprisoned. He lived in Oakland, Calif., with his wife and three daughters.

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