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Reentry in Los Angeles - The Tracey Stevens Story

New America Media, Photo Essay, Joseph Rodriguez Posted: Jul 26, 2009

In 2008 the incarcerated population reached 2.3 million according to a report from the Pew Center. If you combine people on parole with those in jail, it means 1 in every 31 adults in America is under some form of correctional control. Joseph Rodriguez documents the story of one of them as she struggles to turn her life around at Walden House, a local drug and alcohol treatment center.

Tracey Stevens from New America Media on Vimeo.

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For more photoessays of returnees visit Joseph Rodriguez Photography.

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