Prisoners of a Hard Life
Real Cost of Prisons Project, 2005 - Social Science - 20 pages
A lucid, informative, and digestible comic (illustrated graphic guide is probably more accurate) on the real costs (social, economic, community and personal) of the incarceration of women, and the impact it has on them, and their families. 150,000 women are in jail or in prison. Seven million children have a parent in prison, on probation or on parole. The vast majority of women entering prison have been convicted of non-violent crimes, half for drug offences. Written and illustrated by Susan Willmarth, Ellen Miller-Mack, and Lois Ahrens.
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Review: Prisoners of a Hard Life (The real cost of prisons comix #3)User Review - Crckt - Goodreads
a chilling, powerful, and informative bummer of a comic revealing the costs of prisons for incarcerated women, their families and society at large. Read full review