During the manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, most of the city, locked-down, waited for the moment of capture.
Anxiety and anticipation may have described most Bostonians' emotions that day, but for Tiziana Dearing, another emotion took over--sympathy and concern. For the victims--and for Dzhokhar.
Tiziana Dearing, nonprofit CEO who writes and lectures about poverty, policy and social justice; Associate Professor of Practice in social innovation and leadership.
This segment aired on April 29, 2013.