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Interrupted life : experiences of incarcerated women in the United States /

edited by Rickie Solinger [and 4 others].

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Names: Solinger, Rickie,
Published: Berkeley, California : University of California Press, ©2010.
Topics: Women prisoners - United States. | Female offenders - United States. | Women prisoners - Abuse of - United States. | Children of women prisoners - Services for - United States. | Women prisoners - Family relationships - United States. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Penology. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Gender Studies.
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245 00|aInterrupted life :|bexperiences of incarcerated women in the United States /|cedited by Rickie Solinger [and 4 others].
260 |aBerkeley, California :|bUniversity of California Press,|c©2010.
300 |a1 online resource (458 pages) :|billustrations
336 |atext|btxt|2rdacontent
337 |acomputer|bc|2rdamedia
338 |aonline resource|bcr|2rdacarrier
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|gIntroduction.|tCertain failures : representing the experiences of incarcerated women in the United States /|rRuby C. Tapia --|gpt. One. Defining the problem:|tUnpacking the crisis : women of color, globalization, and the prison-industrial complex /|rJulia Sudbury --|tGlossary of terms /|rTina Reynolds --|tThe long shadow of prison : my messy journey through fear, silence, and racism toward abolition /|rJay Whitlock --|tUnpeeling the mask /|rElizabeth Leslie --|tChildren of incarcerated parents : a Bill of Rights /|rSan Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership --|tUnited Nations Report on violence against women in U.S. Prisons --|tBeing in prison /|rJoanne Archibald --|tWearing blues /|rKinnari Jivani --|gpt. Two. Being a mother from inside:|tGet on the bus : mobilizing communities across California to unite children with their parents in prison /|rSuzanne Jabro and Kelly Kester-Smith --|tDo I have to stand for this? /|rKimberly Burke --|tOut of Sight, NOT out of mind : important information for incarcerated parents whose children are in foster care /|rChildren of Incarcerated Parents Program, NYC Administration for Children's Services --|tThe impact of the adoption and safe families act on children of incarcerated parents /|rArlene F. Lee, Philip M. Genty, and Mimi Laver, Child Welfare League of America --|tASFA, TPR, my life, my children, my motherhood /|rCarole E. --|tThe birthing program in Washington state /|rTabitha and Christy Hall --|tPregnancy, motherhood, and loss in prison : a personal story /|rKebby Warner --|tWhat the Parenting Program at the Nebraska Correctional Center for Women has meant to me /|rMary Alley, A.D., and C.S. --|tThe storybook project at Bedford Hills /|rBeth Falk, June Benson, Amorel Beyor, and Alte --|tA trilogy of journeys /|rKathy Boudin.
505 00|gpt. Three. Intimacy, sexuality, and gender identity inside:|tUntitled /|rCeleste "Jazz" Carrington --|tAnalyzing prison sex : reconciling self-expression with safety /|rBrenda V. Smith --|tWho said women can't get along? /|rElizabeth Leslie --|tSorry /|rTina Reynolds --|tThe chase /|rHolli Hampton --|tWhy? A letter to my lover /|rSheena M. King --|tGender, sexuality, and family kinship networks /|rJuanita Díaz-Cotto --|tGetting free /|rAmy Stout --|tMy name is June Martinez /|rJune Martinez --|tKing County (WA) gender identity regulations /|rDepartment of Adult and Juvenile Detention --|tMother /|rMayra Collado --|tDaddy black man /|rCassandra Adams --|tWatershed /|rKinnari Jivani --|gpt. Four. Creating and maintaining intellectual, spiritual, and creative life inside :|tLit by each other's light:women's writing at Cook County Jail /|rAnn Fowell Stanford --|tTuesday SOUL /|rKinnari Jivani --|t"I lived that book!" Reading behind bars /|rMegan Sweeney --|tChanging minds : a participatory action research project on college in prison /|rMichelle Fine [and others] --|tImagining the self and other : women narrate prison life across cultures /|rLynne Haney and András Tapolcai --|tMy art /|rKinnari Jivani --|tMy window /|rMichele Molina --|tThey talked /|rKinnari Jivani --|tI never knew /|rDarlene Dixon --|tWise women : critical citizenship in a women's prison /|rTanya Erzen --|tWomen of wisdom : an alternative community of faith /|rSuzanne Jabro and Kelly Kester-Smith --|tChain of command /|rKinnari Jivani --|gpt. Five. Struggling for health care:|tHep C, pap smears, and basic care : justice now and the right to family /|rJohanna Hoffman --|tA dazzling tale of two teeth /|rTracy Lynn Hardin --|tWomen's rights don't stop at the jailhouse door /|rRachel Roth --|tThe death of Luisa Montalvo /|rNancy --|tRights for imprisoned people with psychiatric disabilities /|rRIPPD --|tA plea for rosemary /|rBeverly (Chopper) Henry --|tThe thing called love virus /|rTiffany Jackson --|tBill of health rights for incarcerated girls /|rResidents of the Cook County Juvenile Detention Center --|tWorking to improve health care for incarcerated women /|rSheila R. Enders --|tWomen in prison project fact sheets /|rCorrectional Association of New York.
505 00|gpt. Six. Serving time, sentenced and unsentenced:|tReading gender in September 11 detentions : Zihada : the journey from a young Pakistani wife to an anthrax suspect /|rIrum Shiekh --|tVictim or criminal : the experiences of a human-trafficking survivor in the U.S. immigration system /|rLeticia M. Saucedo --|tDetention of women asylum seekers in the United States : a disgrace /|rMarleine Bastien and Rosta Telfort --|t"Did you see no potential in me?" The story of women serving long sentences in prison /|rKathy Boudin --|tDignity denied : the price of imprisoning older women in California /|rLegal Services for Prisoners with Children --|tThe longertimers/insiders activist group at Tutwiler Prison for women /|rErline Bibbs --|tThe forgotten population : a look at death row in the United States through the experiences of women /|rCapital Punishment Project [and others] --|gpt. Seven. Struggling for rights :|tIncarcerated young mothers' bill of rights : from a vision to a policy at San Francisco Juvenile Hall /|rSophia Sanchez --|tSlaving in prison : a three-part indictment /|rshawnna d., the Fire Inside Editorial Collective, and Edaleen Smith --|tFreedom gon' come /|rCassandra Adams --|tReducing the number of people in California women's prisons : how "gender-responsive prisons" harm women, children, and families /|rCalifornians United for a Responsible Budget --|tThe gender-responsive prison expansion movement /|rCynthia Chandler --|tFree battered women /|rLinda Field and Andrea Bible --|tLife's imprint /|rMichele Molina --|tTestimony of Kemba Smith before the Inter-American commission on human rights --|tKeeping families connected : women organizing for telephone justice in the face of corporate-state greed /|rLauren Melodia and Annette Warren Dickerson --|tPrick poison /|rKinnari Jivani --|tThe prison-industrial complex in indigenous California /|rStormy Ogden --|tA prison journal /|rTammica Summers.
505 00|gpt. Eight. Being out :|tA former battered woman celebrating life after /|rLorrie Sue McClary --|tLife on the outside-of what? /|rAlfreda Robinson-Dawkins --|tCalifornia and the welfare and food stamps ban /|rAll of Us or None --|tEmployment resolution : human rights commission of the City and County of San Francisco /|rAll of Us or None --|tOnly with time /|rTina Reynolds --|tChild of a convicted felon /|rAnonymous --|tMothering after imprisonment /|rMargaret Oot Hayes --|tBeing about it : reflections on advocacy after incarceration /|rMartha L. Raimon [and others] --|tThe first time is a mistake ... /|rPatricia Zimmerman --|tWhat life has been like for me since being on the outside /|rFreda Swinney --|tAlternatives : ATI in New York City /|rAlexandra Bell and Leche --|tViolent interruptions /|rNoelle Paley and Joshua Price --|tPrison abolition in practice : The LEAD Project, the politics of healing, and a new way of life /|rSetsu Shigematsu, Gwen D'Arcangelis, and Melissa Burch --|tBooking it beyond the big house /|rJean Trounstine --|tBeing out of prison /|rJoanne Archibald.
520 |a"Interrupted Life is a gripping collection of writings by and about imprisoned women in the United States, a country that jails a larger percentage of its population than any other nation in the world. This eye-opening work brings together scores of voices from both inside and outside the prison system including incarcerated and previously incarcerated women, their advocates and allies, abolitionists, academics, and other analysts. In vivid, often highly personal essays, poems, stories, reports, and manifestos, they offer an unprecedented view of the realities of women's experiences behind bars, and, taken together, they underscore the failures of imagination and policy that have too often underwritten our current prison system."--Provided by publisher.
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