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Scholarship, Mentor Program Helps Children of Incarcerated Parents Go to College

Eleanor J. Bader @ Truthout - Yasmine Arrington, the 21-year-old founder of Scholar Children of Incarcerated Parents, or ScholarCHIPS, was 3 years old when her father went to prison and a high school student when she founded the philanthropic program that helps children of incarcerated parents go to college.  Read more.

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