Racism, "Separate and Unequal", and stereotypes is all about prison in the US. In Connecticut, at Bergin Correction Institutute, Storrs, near UConn, is or was, about White inmates not having "doo rags" if they weren't black. The "Black Section" of prison was for drug offenses, violent offenses, and Whites who were targeted for having "Big Mouths". The "White Section" of prison was like a college dorm, better television, better showers, a campus. The campus was for DUI and for Whites with prestige who ended up in prison. What's up with that?
What is prison really like?
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