This week on Behind The Lens, youth being held on Angola’s grounds are receiving poor education and being held in solitary confinement, their lawyers argue, and officials have high hopes for a $2.9 billion diversion of the lower Mississippi River.

Our guests this week are Lens reporters Nick Chrastil, Delaney Dryfoos and managing editor Katy Reckdahl. 

Theme music by Podington Bear. Additional music Falcon Hood by Podington Bear 

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Note: Due to an overcorrection in the sound mix, The Lens apologizes for the effect on audio quality in portion’s of this podcast. 

Carolyne Heldman

Carolyne Heldman has been in media for 35 years, most recently as Executive Director at an NPR member station in Colorado where she was responsible for new multi-platform content initiatives, strategic...