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TO THE CONTRARY

Criminal Justice Reform for Women

  • Aired: 10/13/2017
  • 25:45
  • Rating: NR
Susan Burton six terms in prison. This former inmate is now helping other women rebuild their lives after being incarcerated. Burton started "A New Way of Life," and is working towards criminal justice reform.
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Susan Burton on going from prison to recovery to leading the fight for incarcerated women
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