PM Press (2012), Edition: 2, 288 pages
An expose determind to challenge and change oversights currently prevalent in the incarceration of women. It examines daily struggles against appalling prison conditions and injustices.
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Amazingly researched and accessibly written, Vikki's book is a testament to her dedication to exposing the issues that affect women in prison, and how women's resistance in prison is largely ignored (as compared to male prisoners). The suggested reading list is a gem, and her footnotes are an great read in themselves. I think a read will strengthen anyone's resolve to abolish the prison industrial complex! Highly recommended!
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288 p.; 6.5 inches
1604865830 / 9781604865837
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