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Poverty, Crime and Economic Polarization in America

Kerman goes on to state that a lot of the women were fearful of being released and writes that “many women grow very, very nervous before they go back to the outside world - they face uncertain future,”. This comes as little surprise as a good number of the inmates certainly knew they would be going straight back to their lives of impoverishment. Recounting the story a woman who was released from prison while Kerman was still incarcerated, Kerman provides a vivid example of what often happens to a former Danbury resident when they return to their lives outside the institution. Upon release, a woman called PomPom wound up sleeping on the floor of a relative’s apartment located in a crime-ridden neighborhood where gunshots could be heard throughout the night.

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