Inspiring America: A Program That Guides Young People From Gangs to Graduation
James Anderson spent three years in prison after he was in a gang fight that left a man seriously hurt. Today, at age 24, his life has turned around. He co-founded the Anti-Recidivism Coalition, which supports formerly incarcerated young men and women.
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