Human Rights Violations In Prisons Throughout Southern United States Cause Disparate And Lasting Harm In Black Communities  

Human Rights Violations In Prisons Throughout Southern United States Cause Disparate And Lasting Harm In Black Communities  

“The U.S. has long failed to live up to its international human rights treaty obligations on eliminating racial discrimination, perhaps more so in the area of mass incarceration and prison conditions than in any other context,” said Lisa Borden, Senior Policy Counsel, International Advocacy at the Southern Poverty Law Center.

The post Human Rights Violations In Prisons Throughout Southern United States Cause Disparate And Lasting Harm In Black Communities   appeared first on The Seattle Medium.

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