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In addition, Avon Hart-Johnson shared an insightful interview this week on the Reading and Writing Addiction blog about herself and the release of "African American Women with Incarcerated Mates the Psychological and Social Impacts of Mass Imprisonment.
Besides testicular torsion, incarcerated inguinal hernia is another important cause that requires urgent exclusion as it warrants emergency surgery.
Cory Booker (D-NJ) issued the following statement in response to new guidelines issued by the Federal Bureau of Prisons explicitly requiring all BOP facilities to provide incarcerated women access to feminine hygiene products, including tampons and pads, at no cost to inmates.
Fathers, who have been incarcerated at some point from their child's birth through age 9, are nearly 50 percent less involved in their child's education, compared with fathers of the same race and income level who have never been incarcerated, according to the study co-written by Cornell University's Anna Haskins.
This assertion came in the wake of the Indian Ministry of External Affairs' desire to cooperate with Pakistan on humanitarian matters including for the welfare of incarcerated nationals which included citizens and fishermen.
Adults who have been incarcerated have more anxiety about retirement and fewer sources of income for retirement, according to a new survey.
In many states, though, government makes it harder for the formerly incarcerated to find work, thanks to arbitrary restrictions written into state licensing laws that prohibit anyone with a criminal record from getting a professional license--even if his conviction had nothing to do with the occupation, and even if he's been out of prison for years.
LOS ANGELES -- A new study by scholars at the Williams Institute found that sexual minority youth are incarcerated at disproportionately high rates.
More than 10 years ago, when she was in sixth grade and her mother was incarcerated, Alisha Murdock skipped classes, fought with other students, got suspended and missed so much school she had to repeat the grade.
Study findings about formerly incarcerated African-American men was such a surprise that the researchers went back and re-analyzed the data to make sure they had not made any measurement errors or missed any mitigating factors; they did not.