Trend-Bending Policies for Advancing Racial Justice: Abolition and Liberation are Public Health’s Greatest Charges

Incarceration is now often cited as a means of correcting behavior, at which it is remarkably ineffectual given the high rates of recidivism in the U.S. Systemic change away from policing, jails, and prisons could make our communities healthier, happier, and safer.

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Correctional and Detention Facilities

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