Over the last two decades, the number of our American incarcerated has reached an unprecedented peak of more than 2 million. The nation’s swelling inmate population has turned prisons into a $50 billion a year industry. Go behind the bars for an in-depth report from inside the American corrections system.
In Corrections, Inc. explore who prospers in the new prison economy, and how their interests shape who gets locked and for how long. Enter the dark isolation of the Supermax prisons in Locked Down. In Hard Time, follow inmates in North Carolina as they face life after prison.
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Locked Down: Gangs in the Supermax
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Hard Time: Life After Prison
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Transcript: Corrections, Inc.
Transcript: Locked Down: Gangs in the Supermax
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