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IPTV Airs ‘Human Rights In Idaho’

Last night, Idaho Public TV aired a one hour documentary produced by award winning producer Marcia Franklin titled “The Color of Conscience: Human Rights in Idaho”. The Kootenai County Task Force on Human Relations Board met over dinner and watched the airing of the documentary. Human rights activist Tony Stewart said: “We were so impressed that it is our hope that the documentary will be aired nationally by PBS Television.” Click on the arrow below to see program.

Watch the full episode. See more Idaho Public Television Specials.


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