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William Woods University’s criminal justice fraternity provides jeans for offenders incarcerated in the Jefferson City Correctional Center to use for making quilts. Left to right, front row: Lacy Gevers, Kirsten Hipkins, Patrick Powers, Zach Brubaker, Shawn Claypool and Michael Stradford; back row: Tyler Parker, Key’onta Johnson, Kia Coddington and Cory Harlan.

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University students jump in to help inmates turn jeans to quilts

When Cory Harlan toured the Jefferson City Correctional Center with his Intro to Criminal Justice class, what he saw sparked an idea. Thus, the Jeans for Justice project was born.


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