'Orange is the New Black': Piper Kerman's Life Behind Bars

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Piper Kerman was like many upper middle class New Yorkers with a wedding to plan, until her adventurous youth caught up with her and she found herself in prison for money laundering. Kerman's memoir, "Orange is the New Black," which has been turned into a popular Netflix series, follows her year spent in a women's prison. She joins us in the studio.

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Piper Kerman, author of "Orange is the New Black: My Year in a Women's Prison"

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