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Program graduates take steps to re-enter society successfully



Brenda Lyons smiled and shed tears simultaneously as she watched her daughter graduate from a program aimed at helping men and women behind bars earn skills to break out what can by a continuous cycle of incarceration.

Shaonna Wadley, 38, was one of seven people at the Charles B. Webster Detent...

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  1. Kudos to those who implemented this program and those who took advantage. We do ourselves no favors by NOT offering people in the system an opportunity to better themselves and re-enter society as productive taxpayers, contributing to the system rather than taking from it.

  2. Yes we need to do all we can as a society to help those individuals succeed when they are released . It cost much less than to once again have to lock them up and it’s also the right thing to do

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