In the United States, about two million children have a parent in prison. These children are considered to be at high risk – as in seven times more likely ““ to end up in prison too. There’s one hope to divert these children from this path that’s a simple one – having a mentor. For young Nashvillian Ricco Brown, that hope comes in the shape of one Leo Miller, as WPLN’s Adelyn Jones reports. (NOTE: Part One is located here)
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