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California Moves to Tighten Censorship Behind Bars

With numerous restrictions imposed on inmates already, California prison authorities are beginning to move to tighten censorship of books, newspapers, photos, and letters in response to the first anniversary of the widespread hunger strike within the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR), which brought substantial negative media attention to the agency. “These new proposed

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Why Prisoners Should Have Access to Microsoft Word

By PrisonEducation.com One of the most important concepts we advocate for in the world of prison education is the idea that inmates need to be prepared to be reintegrated back into the communities from which they came.  They need to be employable, centered, and have a greater likelihood of success in the modern world.  This

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