So is it racism that underlies the lack of media coverage surrounding minority missing persons cases? Is it so deeply embedded in our consciousness that we don’t even notice it?
Class inequalities are prevalent in prisons, as they are in the rest of American society. But with a momentary influx of money through the stimulus checks, many prisoners are now on a more level playing field, at least financially.
Facility-D at the California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison at Corcoran, (CSATF/SP) is putting up surveillance cameras and will soon be requiring officers to wear body cameras in response to a court order.
From Washington to Florida, nine Prison Journalism Project reporters across the country share views from their communities on the 22.5-year sentence for Derek Chauvin.
So many prisoners from all races want this man dead, especially the Black race. Not only does he have to worry about being targeted and possibly murdered in prison, but the gangs will put a price on his head to deliver him to those who want to take justice in their own hands.
We have been informed that GTL will give every prisoner in California a tablet with basic content and services plus access to streaming movies, music, podcasts and audiobooks for a monthly subscription fee.