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GHETTO LIFE 101 & REMORSE The 14 Stories of Eric Morse

Earphones Award Winner

by | Read by LeAlan Jones, Lloyd Newman with David Isay

Contemporary Culture • 1.25 hrs. • Audio Program • © 1997

In 1993 producer David Isay put a tape machine into the hands of a pair of 13-year-old boys living in the "projects" in Chicago's rough South Side. The result was a spontaneous, honest, and surprisingly profound half-hour diary of life in the ghetto. Two years later, after a five-year-old boy, Eric Morse, was killed-- dropped from a fourteen-story window--by two neighbor boys, Jones and Newman were again asked to take up the microphones as investigative reporters to try to find meaning in the tragedy. With music, interviews, and commentaries, the two young men take a wonderfully moving look at what it's like to grow up too fast in a violent and dangerous society. S.E.S. Winner of AUDIOFILE Earphones Award. © AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine [Published: OCT/NOV 00]

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Formats

Retail pak • Sound Portraits Productions • 2000

CS ISBN 6548130642 $14.99 • One CD cassettes

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