NRRC: SCA Conference: Lunch Plenary: Making a Difference for Families and Communities

April 22, 2013

Uploaded on Jun 18, 2010
A.T. Wall, director of the Rhode Island Department of Corrections, and Andres Idarraga, a student at Yale Law School who was previously incarcerated in Rhode Island, share an inspiring example of what is possible when the system and the individual work together to achieve a successful reentry.

Andres Idarraga, A.T. Wall, Director, Rhode Island Department of Corrections

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