Risk, Reward And Redemption At A Restaurant Staffed By Former Inmates
Edwins, an upscale French restaurant in Cleveland, offers former inmates culinary and hospitality education and housing.
Newsy spent a day at Edwins Leadership and Restaurant Institute in the Shaker Square neighborhood of Cleveland. The restaurant employs former inmates, giving them a new kind of freedom.
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