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Don’t Let Incarceration Dictate Your Future


RICHMOND, Va. – It’s estimated that 65 percent of men who have been incarcerated and released, return to prison. Flores A. Forbes, Associate Vice President of Strategy Policy and Program at Columbia University in New York sheds light on the stigma of incarceration and the problems many face after prison in his book, “Invisible Men: A Contemporary Slave Narrative in the Era of Mass Incarceration.”