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Prisoners Back to Society

A woman named Juana Villegas wears handcuffs during a demonstration. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

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(AURN) -- Many say there are more African-Americans in institutions of incarceration than in institutions of higher learning, often times with difficulty breaking back into every day life. A New York organization is helping people who are released from prison gain successful transition back into society.

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