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Category Archives: International
Photo of Izalco Prison, El Salvador, by Meridith Kohut for The New York Times. Think U.S. prisons are bad? Inmates in Latin America face the threat of massacres, hand grenades and inmates wielding assault rifles, not to mention rampant disease … Continue reading
A fire at a central Honduras prison has caused over 300 deaths, and this tragedy has drawn attention to the broader crises of overcrowding and violence in the nation’s carceral system. The New York Times covers the story, with a photo … Continue reading
The former commander of America’s most notorious detention facility describes his experiences at Guantanamo and offers an opinion on its usefulness here.
Photographer Glenna Gordon takes us into the heart of Liberia’s prisons in a series of haunting images for a new Amnesty International report. See full photo series here.