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prison dairies give inmates a sense of purpose

Posted: November 10 2014

via NPR
Lisa Morehouse went to Corcoran state prison in California's Central Valley to report on inmates who work in the dairy there. "I really enjoy what I do," says Edward Wilson, who tests the milk for bacteria and is serving time for second-degree attempted murder. "I consume the milk, and I wouldn't want to send out milk that's not good for consumption. I take pride in what I do."
You can read the whole article from NPR HERE.