Startup helps connect inmates with their loved ones

Global Business

Twelve years ago, Frederick Hutson was arrested for marijuana distribution and spent nearly five years in prison. Today, he’s the CEO of the startup Pigeonly.
He says helping prisoners stay connected with friends and family helps reduce recidivism, the tendency to commit crimes again. CGTN’s Mark Niu reports.

Pigeonly CEO Frederick Hutson discusses focusing his prison industry firm on rehabilitation

CGTN’s Mark Niu interviewed Pigeonly CEO Frederick Hutson about focusing his prison industry firm on rehabilitation.