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In, “Land of the Free: The Best Investigative Reporting on U.S Prisons” a piece by Cora Currier on ProPublica, Juvenile in Justice was included for the feature story which ran on Wired.com in April of this year. Currier writes, “America locks up children at a quicker rate than all other developed countries, with about 60,000 juveniles imprisoned on any given day. Photographer Richard Ross spent five years photographing the little-seen conditions inside 350 correction centers across the U.S.”
You can read the entire report over at ProPublica: http://www.propublica.org/article/land-of-the-free-the-best-investigative-reporting-on-u.s.-prisons
Or download a PDF here: http://www.juvenile-in-justice.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Land-of-the-Free-the-Best-Investigative-Reporting-on-U.S.-Prisons-ProPublica.pdf
Thanks Cora and ProPublica!