High incarceration rates in the United States create enormous financial and emotional hardships for family members on the other side of the razor wire, a new study reports. Black women and children and the communities where they live are affected the most.
High incarceration rates in the United States create enormous financial and emotional hardships for family members on the other side of the razor wire, a new study reports. Black women and children and the communities where they live are affected the most. File photo The Kansas City Star
High incarceration rates in the United States create enormous financial and emotional hardships for family members on the other side of the razor wire, a new study reports. Black women and children and the communities where they live are affected the most. File photo The Kansas City Star

Lewis Diuguid: Prison burdens women and families

January 19, 2016 09:00 AM