Female Inmates In Indiana Pitch Plan To Rehab Empty Houses — And Their Lives

Women walk through the courtyard to lunch at the Indiana Women

To curb recidivism, a small group of female prisoners in Indiana crafted their own re-entry plan: Rebuild abandoned houses in the city, and create future homes for themselves in the process.

(Image credit: Andrew Spear for The Marshall Project)

News : NPR

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