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Huge numbers of the formerly incarcerated are unemployed, but there are some promising solutions

By Kymberly Byrd, Ph.D. Candidate, Community Research and Action, Vanderbilt University
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Nearly half of formerly incarcerated Americans remain jobless for at least a year. But there are some creative solutions to this problem.

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