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One Wes Moore is a Rhodes scholar; another, a convicted murderer. The story of two men with the same name from the same inner city neighborhood and the divergent paths of their lives.
- Wes Moore A youth advocate, Army combat veteran, business leader and author. "The Other Wes Moore" is his first book.
The PBS NewsHour Interviews Wes Moore
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