SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Twenty years ago, the San Francisco Sheriff's Office set out to educate incarcerated people. It was an innovative idea, one that has paid off. Wednesday, 16 people received their high school diplomas while in jail. This program called Five Keys sets out to restore communities through education.
"I can finally move on to the next chapter in my life and become that successful Black man I aspire to be," expressed Everick Stephenson who graduated today as his mother and wife looked on.
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