Makers Feature on ‘Disturbing Truths about Women’s Prison’
Over at Makers.com, there is a great piece curating several women’s stories about their time in prison.
“The first visit was the worst visit. Trying to explain to my daughter why she can’t stay,” Ayana Thomas says. After serving three years for fraud, Thomas lived in a shelter with her daughter and son when she got out of prison. Her house had been foreclosed on.