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The Republic azcentral.com A $1.2 million U.S. Department of Labor grant has been awarded to a Phoenix non-profit to match formerly incarcerated men and women with stable employment. Arizona Women's Education & Employment Inc. will use the money for
The Arizona Republic Paula Knowles spent 18 years working hard as a mother and wife, but when her marriage ended 20 years ago, she had no idea how to provide for herself and her two daughters. Scared and desperate to find work to support her 10- and
The Arizona Republic Gwendolyn Blevins knew that when she was freed from her three-year stint in prison that the drugs would be there, but her daughter might not. When Blevins left Arizona State Prison Complex-Perryville in early June, she went back
The Arizona Republic Daniel Cruz, 25, is a sheet-metal apprentice enrolled in classes at GateWay Community College in Phoenix. And while students who work are pretty common at the college, it's a far cry from the five years Cruz spent in prison.