The U.K. Posthumously Pardons Thousands Of Gay Men
The U.K. justice minister has pardoned thousands of gay men convicted under "gross indecency" laws, which made homosexuality illegal until 1967. Rachel Barnes, great-niece of Alan Turing, one of the most famous men convicted under the law, talks with NPR's Michel Martin about the decision.
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