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Here's how you can help at risk youth from becoming an incarceration statistic.
Dropping recidivism rates, one new job at a time.
"A lot of them don’t like to work hard or don’t respect the trade."
Some young Londoners are on a mission to help reduce reoffending rates by employing inmates on release.
Anywhere between 60 and 75 percent of ex-offenders are still unemployed a year after their release, so this new technology wants to bring those numbers down.
VICE joined a New York state initiative to help people with criminal records get work, and urges other companies to join the pledge.
Starting early next year, we'll welcome formerly incarcerated people to work with us at our Brooklyn office in production, editorial, marketing, and other creative roles.
We spoke to people who went down four different paths – from apprenticeships to the army – to find out how things worked out for them.
Today on Daily VICE, editor-in-chief Helen Hollyman speaks to living food legend Jacques Pépin, who helped to redefine the American palate through his culinary identity on TV.