Marina Nemat is an Iranian dissident, a former political prisoner, and now an exile. She is the author of the blockbuster memoir “Prisoner of Tehran.” She and Jay have known each other for some years, through human-rights circles. In this “Q&A,” Jay asks her about the protests going on in Iran: what they mean, for the protesters, the regime, and Iran as a whole. She is a brainy, articulate woman who speaks with great passion – and from painful experience.

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  1. Quinnie Member

    Thank you so much for your commitment to human rights. You have shared so many stories across the globe that remind me how fortunate we are as U.S. citizens. It is a great reminder of what we need to protect locally and what we need to defend globally.

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    • January 5, 2018, at 4:54 PM PDT
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