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This week on THE JANUS ADAMS SHOW: a journey of discovery . . . taking a Path Through History in upstate New York. We’re on-the-road to historic Underground Railroad sites; revisiting a time—as topsy-turvy as our own—when what was “right” was wrong. What was wrong was “legal.” And, what was “legal” had little to do with justice.
Sanctuary cities? Congress or conscience? Justice—not for “just us”? And “do unto others? OMG what a trip!?
So much to see. So much to discover.
Produced in cooperation with ILoveNY.com.
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