Todd Bachmann tells about the time he offered to help out a Catholic charity and ended up getting bamboozled by a nun. (5 minutes)
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Reporter Michael May tells the story of activists from the National Immigrant Youth Alliance who intentionally got arrested for being undocumented.
Host Ira Glass tells the story of writer turned activist Bill McKibben.
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