Program uses food trucks to help young people stay out of trouble

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(February 18, 2016) – A New York program called, “Drive Change,” uses food trucks to train and empower young people just out of prison. Jordyn Lexton founded the program after teaching teenagers serving time at Rikers Island. Many of her students ended up back in jail, so she took action. Now, the program is coming to Indianapolis with the help of the Patachou Foundation. Lexton and Matthew Feltrop join us to talk about a special event they’re hosting.


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