Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
Probation for Profit
Clip: 08/28/2014 | 8m 3s
"These are folks that in many cases couldn’t pay like a two hundred dollar fine or ticket. They’re put on probation. They have to pay interest on what they owe, and they have to pay that company for the privilege of being supervised by them," says Caroline Issacs, Arizona program director of the American Friends Service Committee. "It’s like a payday loan they end up paying ten times over."
Aired: 08/28/14 |
Watch Full length
More Extras From This Episode
Rabbi Joseph Telushkin Extended Interview
Clip: 08/28/2014 | 15m 7s
The Rebbe's Legacy
Clip: 08/28/2014 | 9m 10s
Probation for Profit; The Rebbe's Legacy; Comfort Dogs
08/28/2014 | 25m 46s
Religious Response to Ferguson; China Orphan Care
08/21/2014 | 25m 47s
Atrocities in Myanmar; James Lee Burke; Janmashtami
08/14/2014 | 25m 46s
More News and Public Affairs Shows
- PBS NewsHour
Top journalists deliver compelling original analysis of the hour's headlines.
- Washington Week
Today's top journalists discuss Washington's current political events and public affairs.
A trusted source of journalism presenting news documentaries on today's public affairs.
- Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan
Enjoy an intimate and heartfelt interview series hosted by author Kelly Corrigan.
- Amanpour and Company
Amanpour and Company features conversations with leaders and decision makers.
- Firing Line
A public affairs show that delivers a civil and engaging contest of ideas.