In reality, reducing mass incarceration
means releasing a lot of once-violent offenders.
Perhaps it's not surprising, then, that we also have incarceration
policies founded on myths and misunderstanding.
In 2010, the incarceration
rate for African Americans was six times and for Hispanics three times that of non-Hispanic whites.
that financial stress brought on by paternal incarceration
For over a decade, they've been fighting for support for over 150 policies that have chipped away at Texas' incarceration
Nearly one out of five families are not able to afford housing as a direct result of the loss of income due to their relative's incarceration
Here, the author (associate professor of literature and an affiliated faculty member of Ethnic Studies at the University of California, San Diego) argues that the incarceration
of Black people and other historically repressed groups in chain gangs, peon camps, prison plantations, and penitentiaries represents a ghostly perpetuation of chattel slavery.
Individuals who live in neighborhoods with high incarceration
rates may be more likely to face mental health issues than those who live in neighborhoods with lower rates, according to research published in the January issue of AJPH.
The program also guides at-home caregivers on how to speak to their children about incarceration
Meant for young children between the ages of three and eight, the page features online videos for children, and tips for guardians to help kids cope with the incarceration
of a loved one.
According to Al-Ahram, a source within the public prosecution said the extended incarceration
will take effect once other temporary incarcerations
related to other cases have been served.
Her study group consisted of a number of young men recently released from a period of incarceration
in Colorado who used the cameras to reflect on community needs and assets in relation to the issue of juvenile incarceration