The U.K. Posthumously Pardons Thousands Of Gay Men

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The U.K. justice minister has pardoned thousands of gay men convicted under "gross indecency" laws, which made homosexuality illegal until 1967. Rachel Barnes, great-niece of Alan Turing, one of the most famous men convicted under the law, talks with NPR's Michel Martin about the decision.

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