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Bail Project partners with Lawndale nonprofit, puts $2.9 million into programs for people out on bond

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DeShawn Nelson loads a truck at a furniture warehouse in Niles on Dec. 7, 2021. Nelson, who had legal troubles as a teenager, got help from Lawndale Christian Legal Center, which gave him with a job after he was released from prison. He invested his earnings and started a moving business about 18 months ago. (Terrence Antonio James/Chicago Tribune)

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