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Airport jewelry store giving ex-offenders a leg up
by David Porter
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23 December 2016
On 23 December 2016 The Associated Press reported:
Jewelry for sale at a kiosk at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J. The store is part of a program for women recently released from jail or currently in the criminal justice system. They get job skills, some income and, perhaps most important, self-confidence. The kiosk, which is in operation until the end of the month, features jewelry produced by former inmates through a society re-entry program by former New JersJersey Gov. Jim McGreevey.
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