Do Prisoners' Lives Matter? Examining the Intersection of Punitive Policies, Racial Disparities and COVID-19 as State Organized Race Crime

@inproceedings{Bradshaw2021DoPL,
  title={Do Prisoners' Lives Matter? Examining the Intersection of Punitive
 Policies, Racial Disparities and COVID-19 as State Organized Race
 Crime},
  author={Bradshaw},
  year={2021}
}
Numerous Michigan prisons emerged as national hotspots early in the coronavirus crisis Once the virus entered the prisons, key actions and inaction by Michigan Department of Corrections and Governor Gretchen Whitmer allowed COVID-19 to flourish unabated, resulting in unnecessary infection and death;a form of cruel and unusual punishment The callous neglect of the human rights of prisoners during the pandemic is not new, but rather the result of decades of punitive sentencing policies that… 
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