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CMCJ’s Cara Tabachnick Writes About New Brooklyn Parole Center in The Wall Street Journal

Cara Tabachnick, Deputy Director of the Center on Media, Crime and Justice, writes about a new parole center opening in Gowanus, Brooklyn for The Wall Street Journal. In the article she explores the residents reactions as well as the realities for parolees returning to their communities.

Read the article here.

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