Nashville’s Thistle Farms is no ordinary business — it’s a nonprofit staffed by women who have survived addiction, sexual abuse or trafficking. The organization’s two-year program offers participants housing, free therapy and medical care, as well as opportunities to work on its line of home and body products or in its adjoining cafe. John Yang from PBS Newshour reports on this sisterhood-based community.
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