This documentary tells the story of the Red Hook Community Justice Center (RHCJC), which opened its doors in 2000 to serve a Brooklyn neighborhood plagued by a cycle of unemployment, poverty, and crime. It follows the day-to-day stories of the people whose lives are affected by this new approach to crime and punishment.
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