Prison education and programming are effective ways to lower the rate of recidivism, which is driven by loss of hope and lack of tools to be productive members of society.
A nonprofit agency in Florida believes that prisoners deserve a second chance, so it is helping incarcerated women transition from prison to society by employing them at a thrift store in Miami. Starting with programming in prison, the agency provides training in life skills, addiction help and entrepreneurship. This video shows how the organization works to empower women in prison to make positive life changes through a multidisciplinary approach.
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