Infographic: Privatization of the U.S. Prison System

Privatization of the US Prison System

The US Private Prison System

Privatization of the US Prison System. An Infographic from <a href=”http://www.arrestrecords.com”&gt; ArrestRecords.com </a></p>

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13 thoughts on “Infographic: Privatization of the U.S. Prison System

  1. Happy Mother’s Day, Brothawolf! (I know that you’re a man, but since everyone’s been saying it today . . .)

    I have only one word to respond to this infograph:

    DAYUM!

  2. I believe that the prison system is a new form of slavery. I really do. 70% of our men are in prisons because for some of the silliest and frivolous things and sometimes they are wrongfully accused of crimes they didn’t commit. It is all so sad to me.

  3. ..Happiest of Mother’s Day to all whom it applies (including those men who are celebrating their own Mom’s, too)-I’ve been gettin’ spoiled and loved on by my own two kids, and wish everyone a great day as well! P.S. Since I am divorced, I am also looking forward to Father’s Day too, as I truly do most of the work between my ex and I when it comes to raising the chillun’! Lbvs ; D

  4. P.S. It is disgusting and disturbing how so many POC (especially Black, and Brown men) have been entrapped by the prison system of the so-called “United” States-this is truly an issue for human right’s organizations to look into, in my own persona opinion.. SMH

  5. The 13th Amendment states:

    “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.”

    Pay special attention to the section that says “except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted”. In other words, you are free except if you break the law. And you wonder why there are so many more Black men in jail than any other group.

    1. And they disguised it with sentencing differences in drug offenses between crack and power cocaine trying to make that one is somehow more dangerous than the other when they both the same but in different states. Behind it all, it was really to cover up their mission to throw many black men in jail as opposed to white men, even though stats show there is little difference in drug use between the two races. Still, they want to have you believe that the biggest drug dealers and users are black males.

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