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How This One Company Is Helping To Restart The Careers Of Former Prisoners

Growing up in South Central Los Angeles, an urban area long plagued by violence, isn’t easy. Choices are limited and opportunities are meager. But a local business has been trying to change that over the past 25 years. In partnership with PwC, we catch up with an unlikely ally to the underserved communities of South Central ? a home furnishings company. Cisco Brothers both fuels its business enterprise and supports the area by extending opportunities to those exiting the prison system, and providing them with second chances.
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