Keeping Democracy Alive:The Prison Strike You're Not Supposed to Know About 
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Keeping Democracy Alive  The Prison Strike You're Not Supposed to Know About   
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Burt Cohen  Bi-Weekly Program  For non-profit use only. 
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Americas prisons are where we warehouse and punish bad people. But how much injustice behind the walls and razor wire is acceptable? Is using inmates as slaves OK? Is it a good idea to maintain a system that reinforces peoples belief that they are just no good? Arent correctional facilities supposed to promote rehabilitation so that when freed, inmates may actually start to function as good productive citizens? Former long-term prisoner Chandra Bozelko who some think inspired Orange is the New Black, talks about surprising realities in prisons. Twenty first century prisons are a lot like the old plantations. And there is less effort for rehabilitation now than a few years ago. Why have you not heard about the national prison strike? What are the demands?   
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  Parchman Farm Mose Allison 
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View Script    09-04-2018  English 
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