Woman"s Prison Journal
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Woman"s Prison Journal

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Published by Schocken .
Written in English


  • Imprisonment,
  • Traunstein,
  • Germany,
  • Bargain Books,
  • Rinser, Luise,,
  • Prisons,
  • History,
  • 20th century,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Rinser, Luise,
  • Authors, German,
  • 1911-,
  • Biography,
  • Diaries

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages151
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7934024M
ISBN 100805240454
ISBN 109780805240450

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Woman's Journal was an American women's rights periodical published from to It was founded in in Boston, Massachusetts, by Lucy Stone and her husband Henry Browne Blackwell as a weekly newspaper. In it was purchased by Carrie Chapman Catt's Leslie Woman Suffrage Commission and merged with The Woman Voter and National Suffrage Founder(s): Lucy Stone, Henry Browne Blackwell.   Often likened to Rigoberta Menchu and Nadine Gordimer, Nawal El Saadawi is one of the world's leading feminist authors. Director of Health and Education in Cairo, she was summarily dismissed from her post in for her political writing and activities. In she was imprisoned by Anwar Sadat for alleged crimes against the State and was not released until . Autobiographical writings by women about their experiences in prison. Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. “If an inmate swears at a guard, fights, or hides contraband like cigarettes or candy [Sheriff Arpaio has banned coffee, cigarettes, hot lunches, girlie mags & TV], she's kicked out of the tents and sent to lockdown--a tiny cell 10x12 feet that houses 4 women, instead of the 2 it was built for.

Through Valentine’s Day, buy a gift card of any amount and help us reach $1, We’ll use the proceeds to buy books from Women & Children First ( N. Clark St., ). New year, new books for women in prison. Through the end of January, browse our display and buy a book or two for us. (We’ll pick them up.) Or buy a gift card. This article discusses the incarceration of women in correctional ing to a study reported in September by the International Center for Prison Studies, as of August , across the world, , women and children are being held in penal institutions with the female prison population growing on all five continents. Doing Time Together vividly details the ways that prisons shape and infiltrate the lives of women with husbands, fiancés, and boyfriends on the inside. Megan Comfort spent years getting to know women visiting men at San Quentin State Prison, observing how their romantic relationships drew them into contact with the penitentiary.   Marilyn Shirley, 49, who was sent to a Texas prison on a drug-conspiracy conviction, recalls being raped by a guard. The guard was later convicted of the crime. Today, Marilyn works as an advocate.