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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Mar 31, 2018
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More than 40 percent of kids and teens sent to juvenile detention in Texas once will be back within a year. So a Dallas chef opened a cafe they built in training program to make sure they get the opportunity to serve meals instead of more time. CNN hero Chad Houser describes his aha moment. I remember consciously thinking that the system is rigged based on choices that were made for him, not by him. The color of his skin, the part of town that he was born into, the schools that he had access to....

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