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If an emergency arises that prevents proper planning for a full meal, we do sack lunches but if we’re locked down for an extended period of time we do satellite feeding following the regular meal plan. Typically the kitchen puts the food in styrofoam clam-shell trays, stacks ‘em on a food cart and sends them to the units. In the unit we allow eight inmates out their cells at a time to retrieve their food and return to their cells, as gen. pop. cells don’t have bean slots... full thread

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The Face of a Transformed Life

Rosanne Hughes
Day after day, corrections professionals like Aida Negron see the faces of incarcerated men and women file past her. Each face tells a story. One face tells the story of an abusive childhood. Another tells the story of despair and addiction. Then, as she walks down a hallway, Negron sees the face of hope in an inmate whose life is getting better as she regularly attends a class each day in the jail... full story

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