Reflecting on Behind Bars: Ethics and Human Rights in U.S. Prisons

By Gali Katznelson Is it justifiable to chain women as they give birth? How about confining people in a way that is proven to be psychologically devastating and torturous? These are just two of the questions raised last week during the conference, Behind Bars: Ethics and Human Rights in U.S. Prisons, a conference sponsored by … Continue reading Reflecting on Behind Bars: Ethics and Human Rights in U.S. Prisons