20-35 Segment 1: Rehabilitation While In Prison: Getting To The Root Of The Problem

20-35 Segment 1: Rehabilitation While In Prison: Getting To The Root Of The Problem

The U.S. has the largest prison population in the world with more than 2.3 million inmates. Each year, prisons cost taxpayers 80 billion dollars. But with two thirds of those incarcerated returning back behind bars within a few years, clearly something is broken. We discuss how some popular reforms do more harm than good and what needs to change within the system.

17-33 Segment 1: Pregnancy Behind Bars

  Thousands of pregnant women pass through our prison system each year. What happens to these ladies when they need the most medical care? We talk with Carolyn Sufrin who describes her experience as an OBGYN for California prison inmates in her book Jailcare: Finding the safety net for women behind bars. Incarcerated Americans are … Continue reading 17-33 Segment 1: Pregnancy Behind Bars