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BLOGROLL: Weber on Prison Records from US Colonial Rule in the Philippines - Archive Journal

Benjamin D. Weber on the prison records from the first decade of US colonial rule in the Philippines from 1902-1912: 197 more words


AUDIO: LeFlouria on Black Women Convict Laborers in the New South

Talitha LeFlouria on Working History, the Southern Labor Studies Association podcast, discusses convict labor in the U.S. South:


An Outsider.......sort of.

I start this almost reluctantly; I’ve never been in prison under someone else’s say so, whenever I went in, for work, I left more or less when I wanted to and I’ve never had anybody close to me serve time in prison either.   668 more words

Convicted democracy activist Nathan Law arrives at Tong Fuk prison

Nathan Law, former legislator and one of three high-profile democracy activists jailed last week, will serve his sentence at the Tong Fuk Correctional Institution. 192 more words

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Snyder County Prisoner Allegedly Punches Guard

August 21, 2017
By Hilde Kate Lysiak
A Selinsgrove man was charged with aggravated assault after allegedly punching a prison guard and threatening him with a mop, on 07/26/17, according to police. 180 more words