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Poverty in America is a problem. It is the reality of 40.6 million of our fellow citizens. If we as a country are going to address this then we must take a hard look at our criminal justice system...
Police brutality is one of the most abject, persistent, and serious problems currently plaguing our nation. It is institutionalized in nature and the human rights violations that occur as a result of it have widespread ramifications throughout the country,...
Private prisons in the United States have a long, and troubling history. Always mired in controversy, a number of corruption scandals and the Republican far right’s anti-immigration and tough-on- crime stance have in recent years propelled them into public...
A Day in The LifeIn a heartbreaking interview by the Pacific Standard Magazine, one former prisoner recalled his time in prison. His meals consisted of mostly oatmeal and peanut butter in the morning because that is what he could...
The concept of private ownership of prisons goes back to the 1800s. In 1852, San Quentin became the first privately owned, for-profit prison in the United States. For a long time, however, private prison facilities remained an unpopular industry....

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