Fellowship allows formerly imprisoned artists to push for criminal justice reforms

Seven formerly incarcerated artists received $20,000 each last year through "The Right To Return USA," a fellowship allowing them to create original artwork exploring ideas around criminal justice reform. The fellows are a diverse group of artists and work in mediums including poetry, hip-hop and performance art. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Alison Stewart reports.

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