Iranian Identity Post-Revolution, Inside the Hidden Network of Immigrant-Only Prisons

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In a file picture taken in January 1979, Iranian protestors hold a up a poster of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini during a demonstration in Tehran against the Shah.

Laura Secor reveals how artists, writer, activists and scholars have worked to preserve Persian culture and identity following the 1979 Revolution. Director Greg MacGillivray and mountain climber Conrad Anker talk about their new documentary “National Parks Adventure." Sunil Yapa's new novel, "Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist" is set during the 1999 WTO anti-globalization protests in Seattle. Seth Freed Wessler investigated the abuses of immigrants held in privately run prisons across the country.