Every year about 600,000 people are released from state and federal prisons. As part of our “Searching for Justice” series, Amna Nawaz spoke with formerly incarcerated people about the difficulties older men and women face after decades behind bars, and Nicole Ellis sat down with a panel of experts to examine issues surrounding reentry into society after prison.
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