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Michelle Scales (left), Faith Bartley (center), and Stephanie Jackson work on a radio program aimed at offering support to former inmates, like them, who face difficulty finding jobs and housing while battling pressures to return to the lifestyles that landed them in prison in the first place. (Emma Lee/WHYY)
Michelle Scales (left), Faith Bartley (center), and Stephanie Jackson work on a radio program aimed at offering support to former inmates, like them, who face difficulty finding jobs and housing while battling pressures to return to the lifestyles that landed them in prison in the first place. (Emma Lee/WHYY)
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Philadelphia now has three new low power FM radio stations. These independent stations will have modest wattage, and only reach certain swaths of the city. But they'll feature a lot of neighborhood-based content.

Aaron Moselle from Here & Now contributor WHYY sat down with the hosts of a show about life after prison.

Read more on this story via WHYY.

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Aaron Moselle, reporter for WHYY in Philadelphia. He tweets @awmoselle.

This segment aired on July 27, 2016.

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