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  • Bethan Eynon, director of the Clean Slate Project, an initiative started by the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, explains the consequences of having a criminal record

    Persons having a criminal record can be saddled with a lifetime stigma which can include barriers to employment, housing, occupational licenses, welfare benefits and student loans for college.

Bethan Eynon, director of the Clean Slate Project, an initiative started by the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, explains the consequences of having a criminal record

Persons having a criminal record can be saddled with a lifetime stigma which can include barriers to employment, housing, occupational licenses, welfare benefits and student loans for college.
Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com