Mass Incarceration and Poverty

Despite some areas of recovery following the Great Recession, unemployment rates continue to be high, especially for those who previously have been incarcerated. The 65 million Americans, who have been incarcerated often for non-violent crimes, are disqualified by having a criminal record from an estimated 800 different occupations for life. …

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#CriminalJustice, #MassIncarceration, #McSilver

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