March 25, 2019

Halfway Home

Transitioning to civilian life is an uphill climb for the more than 650,000 Americans released from prison every year.
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More than 650,000 Americans are released from prison every year. They face an uphill climb when transitioning to civilian life, including barriers to employment and housing that leave many unmoored, unsupported, and unable to move forward. Danny Howe made that climb himself after serving time in prison—and now he’s helping other formerly incarcerated people rebuild their lives too.

Producer: Gisela Telis
Videographers: Martin Rubio, Nate Huffman, Bob Lindberg
Editor: Bob Lindberg
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