Today, more than 500 community leaders, community and faith-based service providers and formerly incarcerated men and women will gather for San Francisco’s third annual re-entry summit, “Reentry Works.” Re-entry is a term that describes the reintegration of former prisoners back into their community. This year’s summit focuses on the greatest challenge faced by many of the 9,500 former prisoners who live in San Francisco: finding a job.

Read the rest of this op-ed written by Public Defender Jeff Adachi and printed in the San Francisco Examiner here.


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