Helping ex-cons restart their lives
on April 15, 2014
Barry Dugar never thought he would end up at San Quentin State Prison. Since his release in 2008, the Richmond native has dedicated his time to making life easier for those coming out of the prison system. Dugar launched The Remember Us People Project which provides transitional housing to ex-offenders. Nancy DeVille has the story.
This story first aired on KALX 90.7 FM and is a production of Northgate Radio.
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