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INCARCERATION - HIDDEN PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL EQUITY PROBLEM

INCARCERATION - HIDDEN PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL EQUITY PROBLEM
INCARCERATION - HIDDEN PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL EQUITY PROBLEM
INCARCERATION - HIDDEN PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL EQUITY PROBLEM
Prison rates in the US are the world's highest, at 724 people per 100,000 and are full capacity.  500% increase in 40 years. Excessively among black population.

Even though the lowest rates are in developing countries, but overcrowding can be a serious problem. Kenyan prisons have an occupancy level of 343.7%.

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