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Publication  –  May 12, 2015

Solitary Confinement — Common Misconceptions and Emerging Safe Alternatives

While the precise number of people held on any given day in what’s commonly called solitary confinement—though also known as segregated or restricted housing—is not known with any certainty, estimates run between 80,000 to 100,000 in state and federal prisons....

News  –  Dec 05, 2016

Solitary Confinement in Oregon

News  –  Oct 03, 2016

Obama pushes to end solitary confinement; states lead the way

Video Playlist  –  Sep 29, 2015

Safe Alternatives to Solitary Confinement — A Human Dignity Approach

With bipartisan momentum for change in Congress, presidential attention, and the Association of State Correctional Administrators calling for a reduction in its use, the time is now for addressing the overuse of solitary confinement and its adverse effects on ...

Publication  –  Apr 02, 2021

The Impacts of Solitary Confinement

Advocacy and human rights groups, policymakers, health care professionals, faith-based organizations, and leaders in the field of corrections have condemned the widespread use of solitary confinement in U.S. prisons, jails, and immigration detention centers. R...

News  –  Oct 15, 2015

What's Wrong With Solitary Confinement

News  –  Aug 15, 2016

Prison system rethinking solitary confinement

News  –  Jan 08, 2016

Stepping Down from Solitary Confinement

News  –  Dec 21, 2016

Finding Alternatives to Solitary Confinement

News  –  Feb 19, 2015

The Shame of Solitary Confinement

News  –  Apr 17, 2019

The Case Against Solitary Confinement

News  –  Mar 10, 2014

Calls to End Solitary Confinement