Solitary Confinement

Whitney Benns, a friend of the Systemic Justice Project and Justice Fellow has a fantastic piece in The AtlanticĀ on forced labor in the Louisiana State Penitentiary. After describing scenes that are virtually unchanged from antebellum slavery, including especially the race

From the Frontier Torts Project: Solitary Confined: The Case for a Frontier Tort Executive Summary A prisoner living in long-term solitary confinement in the United States typically spends twenty-three hours alone each day in a six-foot by nine-foot cell. Everything