Good Bread (2012)
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America has the world's highest incarceration rate. As a culture, we're clear on whatconstitutes punishment but have little consensus or care going into reform.Sometimes "innovation" is just a way out. A redirection. Compassion; patience.NOE is an ex-gang member in his late 20s who is just out of prison and has neverheld a job. He might never get one, given the tattoos that cover his body and face.But without a job, he has no training. It's a catch-22.learns valuable job skills, Herb learns what it's like toteach a workforce that comes straight from the streets.In a microcosm of Homeboy's mission, we see Noe learn the ropes - from sifting tomixing to topping to baking - as he shares his story. Bread can be considered manythings - warm; delicious; sustaining. It's also slang for money. This literal slice ofNoe's life underscores the meaning - and the lasting contribution - of "good bread."
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