Criminal justice reform advocates call on Oklahoma employers to hire more ex-prisoners

It has taken more than a year to move from a jail cell to an office desk, but for Brandi Davis, a recovering opioid addict who faced a lengthy prison term, time has proven to be an effective teacher.

No longer wanting to rush through her recovery program, and content to build a new life one step at a time, Davis is at peace with the process.

“I didn't get the way I was overnight,” she said.

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