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      May 3, 2014 10th Annual Spring Symposium: Susan Burton is a formerly incarcerated woman who understands the challenges people face upon leaving prison. After more than 20 years cycling in and out of the criminal justice system, unable to find work, housing, or drug treatment, Susan finally gained freedom and sobriety in 1997 and made it her life’s work to help other women walking in her shoes .

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      Susan Burton, founder and director of A New Way of Life Reentry Program and one of CNN’s “Top Heroes” 2010.

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      Susan Burton, CNN Top 10 Hero and Founder of “A New Way of Life” via www.thewomenseye.com

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    Susan Burton has broken her own cycle of incarceration and now provides shelter and support for recently released inmates through the A New Way of Life Reentry Project, a non-profit organization that helps women re-establish their lives after prison. To learn more about the project or to donate, please visit the website: wigs.ly/TMKqTr #watchwigs

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