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Worth Watching: Alaska: An Unveiled Secret

From 1961-1987, 110 Eskimo children in 15 Alaskan villages were sexually abused by 12 priests and three Catholic Church volunteers.  The secrets of the abused remained buried, until 2002, when the Catholic Church sex scandal came to light, implicating the Boston diocese, among others.  Over the years, 22 of the victims have committed suicide.  Today, the remaining survivors- grown and deeply troubled – are locked in a daily struggle with the residue of their trauma, and the ghosts of their tormentors.

If you haven’t been keeping up on the stories on Magnum in Motion, you should definitely head over to watch Alex Majoli’s Alaska: An Unveiled Secret. This is an incredibly powerful and moving multimedia piece, not to be missed.

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