mass incarceration

After Incarceration — How Separated Families Reunite

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The trauma from parental incarceration, especially when that parent is the primary caregiver, can have a profound impact on families.
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An Interview With Andrea Ritchie, Activist & Author Of Invisible No More

"I'm hoping that it goes beyond saying a new set of names and actually really changing how we think about everything in this conversation, both in the conversations around policing and racial profiling and the silent mass incarceration, but also in the conversations we have about violence against women."

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Angela Davis And asha bandele: Getting People Out Of Prison Is Just The Start To Solving America's Incarceration Crisis

Racism in this country is embedded in the language of many of our laws, and drug laws in particular. Image: Nick Wiebe/Wikipedia.

[CN: racism, incarceration, slavery] What happens, they asked, when your community is targeted and generationally oppressed; when you are raised to fear the police because you’ve seen whose blood it is they’re spilling; when your father and uncle and siblings and cousins are all labeled criminals?

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