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March 10, 2009

Effective NPR coverage of supermax prisons and solitary confinement

Thanks to this post at How Appealing, I discovered that National Public Radio has recently run a series of effective pieces on supermax prisons and solitary confinement.  Here are the links as assembled there:

This past Sunday's broadcast of "All Things Considered" contained audio segments entitled "Ex-Prisoner Sues California Over Years In Solitary" and "Is The Use Of Maximum Security Prisons Abused?

And yesterday's broadcast of "Day to Day" contained an audio segment entitled "Solitary Confinement: Cruel and Inhuman."

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