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Second Chance Month: Affording Former Offenders the Redemption They Deserve


Woop Woop - APRIL is National Second Chance Month!! The result of a bipartisan national movement to unlock brighter futures for the millions of Americans who have repaid their debt to society. The following article is a good jumping off point to better understand why addressing the struggles of former offenders is a matter of redemption, human dignity, and smart social and economic policy.

Second Chance Month: Affording Former Offenders the Redemption They Deserve


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