The women delivered, and the men showed up. Barbers, bankers, teachers, entrepreneurs and more. Michael Norman was one of them. He’s the founder of a training center that teaches men and women who have had hard lives, to become electricians. Norman said he built his program from the ground up because he wanted to see the people in his community do better, and be better.
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