Prison Ecology: the law and beyond

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Date
2020-09-18
Main contributors
Bradshaw, Elizabeth; Bernd, Candice; Carpenter, Taylor; Shanahan, James; Miles, Emily
Summary
This episode, we're taking a deeper look at environmental injustices in an around prisons. How are they sited, what do they emit, and what does all of this mean for people locked inside?

We start with the history of the St. Louis and Central Michigan correctional facilities with Dr. Elizabeth Bradshaw, move through trends with Candice Bernd and legal arguments with Taylor Carpenter, and start the discussion around what can be done to improve conditions.

America's Toxic Prisons: https://earthisland.org/journal/americas-toxic-prisons/

Taylor's legal note: https://mckinneylaw.iu.edu/ihlr/pdf/vol17p229.pdf

Publisher
The Media School at Indiana University
Genre
Interview
Subject
Environmentalism
Location
Indiana
Collection
In This Climate_Podcast
Unit
The Media School
Language
English
Rights Statement
In Copyright
Other Identifier
Other: MSA.ITC.000041

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