Denzel Washington, Pulitzer Prize-winner Dana Canedy talk ‘A Journal for Jordan’

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Good Morning America published this video item, entitled “Denzel Washington, Pulitzer Prize-winner Dana Canedy talk ‘A Journal for Jordan'” – below is their description.

The award-winning duo worked together on the film, which is based on Canedy’s memoir about her fiancé keeping a journal for their infant son before he was killed in Iraq.

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