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    Former Prisoners Bake Up Second Chancesi
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    November 22, 2013 2:28 PM
    A criminal conviction often closes doors, but 'Together We Bake' teaches basic baking and marketing skills to women who have served time in prison, so they can start a successful new chapter in their lives. Faith Lapidus narrates this report by Faiza Elmasry.

    Former Prisoners Bake Up Second Chances

    Published November 22, 2013

    A criminal conviction often closes doors, but 'Together We Bake' teaches basic baking and marketing skills to women who have served time in prison, so they can start a successful new chapter in their lives. Faith Lapidus narrates this report by Faiza Elmasry.


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