Rethinking reentry

Communities are always in need of people who want jobs. They have basic skills and motivation. Talking to a retired urban cop this weekend who is an owner of a thriving urban market cafe, he asserts that ex-felons are better employees for all these reasons. As much as religions might continue dogmas of punishment, neurosciences only support more human possibilities of potential as evidenced by amazing social enterprises like the New York City Greystone Bakery and the Cleveland Edwin's Restaurant.