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Living Right: Finding Life After Prison

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Right now in the United States, there are as many as 200,000 women behind bars, and more than 1-million women on probation and parole.

Many of those women have families that are torn apart when "mom" enters the criminal justice system.

In Living Right, Courtney Hunter shows us how one organization is helping women pick up the pieces when they are ready to start over.

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