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Link TV Documentary: Talk to Iran

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Available here.

Near the steps of the Capitol building in Washington, American citizens and U.S. Congressional representatives took part in a special event using a row of 60’s-era red “hotline” telephones to talk directly to ordinary Iranians in Tehran, including a 60-year-old petroleum engineer, a software designer, a French literature professor and a high school student. Many of the more than 50 conversations focused on personal questions while stressing the need to get dialogue going and building better relations between the U.S. and Iran.

Irancove @ August 7, 2008

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