Every year, 16 people who have prison records get jobs on the Snowday Food Truck, a takeout food business in New York City. From the window of the truck, they serve maple-syrupsoaked grilled-cheese sandwiches to hungry city dwellers. The business generates income for Drive Change, a nonprofit social enterprise that provides job training to formerly incarcerated young people and then helps them find work. Revenue from the Snowday Food Truck is critical to the operation, but it’s not the...
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