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  1. Seven Days in Solitary [12/07/2014]
  2. UN Committee Against Torture Says U.S. Must Reform Its Use of Solitary Confinement
  3. Fates Worse Than Death?
  4. Seven Days in Solitary [11/30/2014]
  5. Working from the Inside Out
  6. Seven Days in Solitary [11/23/2014]
  7. After 42 Years in Solitary Confinement, Will the Angola 3’s Albert Woodfox Be a Free
  8. UN Committee on Torture Questions U.S. Record on Solitary Confinement
  9. Seven Days in Solitary [11/16/2014]
  10. Voices from Solitary: Is It Normal to Think That?
  11. On Trial for Protesting Conditions in Solitary Confinement: The Case of the Dallas 6
  12. Seven Days in Solitary [11/09/2014]
  13. Voices from Solitary: Is “Torture” Too Strong of a Word?
  14. “A Girl Hung Herself Yesterday”: Deaths in Custody at California Institution for Wome
  15. Seven Days in Solitary [11/2/2014]
  16. Arizona Agrees to Settlement to Improve Prison Health Care, Limit Use of Solitary Con
  17. Voices from Solitary: The Heaviness of Blood
  18. Pope Francis Denounces Solitary Confinement, Calls for Prison Conditions That “Respec
  19. Seven Days in Solitary [10/26/2014]
  20. Voices from Solitary: Survivors Speak
  21. Seven Days in Solitary [10/19/14]
  22. Voices from Solitary: Freedom Shares My Cell
  23. U.S. Government Tells UN Committee on Torture: “There Is No Systematic Use of Solitar
  24. Seven Days in Solitary [10/12/2014]
  25. Voices from Solitary: A Mouse and a Murderer
  26. Seven Days in Solitary [10/5/2014]
  27. In the Story of Jonah, an Urgent Lesson About the Dangers of Solitary Confinement
  28. On Rikers Island, an End to the Solitary Confinement of Children
  29. Voices from Solitary: At War With My Own Self
  30. Seven Days in Solitary [9/28/2014]
  31. Voices from Solitary: A Day in the Life, Part VII
  32. Seven Days in Solitary [9/21/2014]
  33. Reports Condemn Healthcare and Solitary Confinement in Arizona State Prisons
  34. American Experts Urge British Not to Believe What They Hear About US Prison Condition
  35. Seven Days in Solitary [9/14/2014]
  36. Voices from Solitary: Dare to Think
  37. From One North Carolina Prison, Reports of an Eight-Month Lockdown
  38. Seven Days in Solitary [9/07/2014]
  39. News from the Hole: The Words of People in Solitary Confinement in America’s Prisons
  40. Voices from Solitary: A Day in the Life, Part VI
  41. Seven Days in Solitary [8/31/14]
  42. Pennsylvania Prison System Faces Lawsuit Over Suicide of Young Man with Mental Illnes
  43. Voices from Solitary: What Have You Done to My Brother?
  44. Seven Days in Solitary [8/24/2014]
  45. New York City Officials and Advocates Push for Change to the “Culture of Brutality” o
  46. Civil Rights Groups Demand Change for Transgender Women Held in Solitary in New York’
  47. Seven Days in Solitary [8/17/2014]
  48. Seven Days in Solitary [8/10/2014]
  49. Voices from Solitary: Cruel and Unusual Punishment for Transgender Women
  50. Transgender Women in New York State Prisons Face Solitary Confinement and Sexual Assa
  51. Seven Days in Solitary [8/3/2014]
  52. What Solitary Confinement Does to the Human Brain
  53. Videos Show Brutal Treatment of Prisoners with Mental Illness
  54. Voices from Solitary: Testimony of a Jailhouse Lawyer
  55. Seven Days in Solitary [7/27/14]
  56. Voices from Solitary: Reach Out
  57. New Report Highlights Extreme Isolation Endured by Terrorism Suspects
  58. Seven Days in Solitary [7/20/14]
  59. Federal Supermax Prison “in Violatation of International Law”: Amnesty International
  60. Seven Days in Solitary [7/13/14]
  61. Teens in Isolation: State Advisers to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission Hold Briefing
  62. Ninety Years Old, Deaf, and in the Hole in a Florida Prison
  63. “We Are Not the Worst of the Worst”: One Year Later, What’s Changed for Pelican Bay’s
  64. Seven Days in Solitary [7/6/2014]
  65. New Solitary Confinement Policies in California Bring Small Changes and Raise Big Que
  66. Seven Days in Solitary [6/29/14]
  67. Prayers for People in Solitary Confinement
  68. What It Means to Be Human: A Philosopher’s Argument Against Solitary Confinement
  69. Seven Days in Solitary [6/22/14]
  70. In a Maryland Jail, Teens Charged As Adults Face Isolation and Neglect
  71. Seven Days in Solitary [6/15/14]
  72. Voices from Solitary: 23 and 1
  73. Seven Days in Solitary [6/8/14]
  74. Voices from Solitary: Playing “The Con Game” at Pelican Bay
  75. The Odyssey to Pelican Bay: Families Journey to California’s Notorious Supermax Priso
  76. Seven Days in Solitary [6/1/14]
  77. Voices from Solitary, Analyzing Isolation, Part III
  78. Seven Days in Solitary [5/25/14]
  79. Seven Days in Solitary [2/2/14]
  80. New York Lawmakers Introduce Bill to End Long-Term Solitary Confinement
  81. Voices from Solitary: Hunger Strike in Menard Prison
  82. Far from Guantánamo, Torture Takes Root in American Soil
  83. Voices from Solitary: Walk With Me —— Life on the Inside of the SMU at USP Lewisburg
  84. Prison Health Care: Is the American Health Profession Ignoring a Human Rights Issue H
  85. Seven Days in Solitary [1/26/14]
  86. Women in Solitary Confinement: Buried Inside the Federal Prison System
  87. Seven Days in Solitary [1/19/13]
  88. Seven Days in Solitary [2/9/14]
  89. Lifelines to Solitary
  90. DC’s Youth Face Solitary Confinement in District Jails and Federal Prisons
  91. Voices from Solitary: Thin Comfort
  92. Seven Days in Solitary [12/22/13]
  93. Seven Days in Solitary [12/15/13]
  94. Solitary Confinement: Too Controversial for Costco
  95. Women in Solitary Confinement: Sent to Solitary for Reporting Sexual Assault
  96. Women in Solitary Confinement: “The Isolation Degenerates Us Into Madness”
  97. Activists Urge U.S. Government to Grant UN Torture Expert Access to New York’s Prison
  98. Seven Days in Solitary [12/8/13]
  99. One Month After Historic Hunger Strike, California Lawmakers Hold Hearings on Solitar
  100. Seven Days in Solitary [10/20/13]
  101. Under Fire, the Federal Bureau of Prisons Audits Its Use of Solitary Confinement——and
  102. Oversight in British Prisons: A Model for the U.S.?
  103. Seven Days in Solitary [10/13/13]
  104. Voices from Solitary: “I Live Each Day Contemplating Death”
  105. Seven Days in Solitary [10/6/13]
  106. Voices from Solitary: 144 Years for Prison Escapes
  107. Video Shows Abuse of Mentally Ill in California Prisons
  108. After 41 Years in Solitary, a Dying Herman Wallace Has His Conviction Overturned—-and
  109. La prisoner freed after 41 years of solitary
  110. Seven Days in Solitary [9/29/13]
  111. Seven Days in Solitary [9/22/13]
  112. Federal Appeals Court Considers Tommy Silverstein’s 30 Years in Extreme Solitary Conf
  113. New Project: Photo Requests from Solitary
  114. Seven Days in Solitary [9/15/13]
  115. Inside ADX Supermax, Part 1: “A Bloody Nightmare”
  116. New Directive May Curtail Use of Solitary Confinement in Immigrant Detention
  117. Seven Days in Solitary [9/8/13]
  118. New Solitary Watch Print Edition
  119. California Prison Hunger Strike Ends After 60 Days
  120. A Month in Solitary [8/31/13]
  121. Day 59 of California Prison Hunger Strike: “Their Spirits Are High, Their Bodies Are
  122. UN: Solitary Confinement in the US Can Be Torture, Force-Feeding Unacceptable
  123. Day 49 of California Hunger Strike
  124. Voices from Solitary: Everyone Needs a Friend
  125. California Prison Hunger Strikers to Be Force-Fed
  126. Day 41 of California Hunger Strike: CDCR Still Insists It’s A Gang Power Play
  127. Voices from Solitary: The Torture Chamber
  128. Day 39 of California Prison Hunger Strike: Governor Jerry Brown Remains Silent
  129. Day 36 of California Hunger Strike: Hundreds Still Protesting Isolation Policies
  130. Calipatria Hunger Striker: “Putting Everything On The Line For Dignity”
  131. Pat Nolan’s Evangelical Prison Reform
  132. The Use of Isolation in U.S. Prisons: A Human Rights Issue
  133. 30 Days of Hunger Striking, California Prisons Chief Insists It’s “Gang Power Play”
  134. Hundreds Still on Hunger Strike in California Prisons As Situation Becomes Increasing
  135. Suicide of California Hunger Strike Participant Draws National Attention to a Broken
  136. Why Holder’s Pledge That Snowden “Will Not Be Tortured” Is a Lie
  137. Seven Days in Solitary [5/4/13]
  138. The Ten Worst Prisons in America
  139. Voices from Solitary: “You Are Solitary Confinement”
  140. Russell Maroon Shoatz: Resisting the “Spiritual Death” of Solitary Confinement
  141. Seven Days in Solitary [4.27.13]
  142. Judge Refuses to Dismiss Federal Supermax Lawsuits
  143. New Video: Dr. Terry Kupers on Solitary Confinement and Mental Health
  144. Seven Days in Solitary [4.20.13]
  145. To See or Not to See: Capturing Herman Wallace’s 41 Years in Solitary
  146. Twenty Years After the Lucasville Uprising, Trying to Tell the Story
  147. Opposing the Architecture of Isolation: Architects Against Solitary Confinement
  148. Seven Days in Solitary
  149. Obama’s 2014 Budget Confirms Plans for “ADX Thomson,” New Federal Supermax Prison
  150. Voices from Solitary: The Louder My Voice the Deeper They Bury Me
  151. Buried Alive: Solitary Confinement in Immigrant Detention
  152. “Systemic Failures Persist” in California Prison Mental Health Care, Judge Rules
  153. Video Shows Maine Prisoner with Mental Illness Brutally Subdued by Guards
  154. Seven Days in Solitary
  155. Voices from Solitary: Parts of My Mind Did Not Survive
  156. Thirty Days in Solitary
  157. The Solitary Connection: Was Clements Suspect Affected by Years in Prison Isolation?
  158. U.S. Holds Hundreds of Detained Immigrants in Solitary Confinement
  159. Visiting Billy Blake After 25 Years in Solitary
  160. Louisiana Attorney General Says Angola 3 “Have Never Been Held in Solitary Confinemen
  161. Voices from Solitary: “Suicide Is Preferable to Long-Term Segregation” in Solitary Co
  162. Judge Rules California Solitary Confinement Lawsuit Should Have Its Day in Court
  163. New Mexico Man Gets $15.5 Million for His Two-Year Ordeal in Solitary
  164. Lawsuit Filed Against Solitary Confinement of 800 “Seriously Mentally Ill” in Pennsyl
  165. Voices from Solitary: “Where Cold, Quiet and Emptiness Come Together”
  166. California Prison Conditions Driving Prisoners to Suicide
  167. Florida Bill Would Limit Use of Solitary Confinement on Children
  168. The Hidden History of Solitary Confinement in New Jersey’s Control Units
  169. Voices from Solitary: A Sentence Worse Than Death
  170. A Preventable Death in an Arizona Prison
  171. Fortresses of Solitude: Journalists Barred from Prison Isolation Units
  172. Guarding the Fortresses: How Prison Policies Limit Media Access to Solitary Confineme
  173. Tracking the Rise of Solitary Confinement in America———-and of the Struggle Against I
  174. California Assembly Reviews Solitary Confinement Policies As Prisoners Threaten New H
  175. Montana Legislature Considers Solitary Confinement Reform
  176. The “Vicious Cycles” Created by Solitary Confinement
  177. Bradley Manning Marks 1,000 Days in Pre-Trial Detention
  178. Solidarity and Solitary: When Unions Clash With Prison Reform
  179. Voices from Solitary: Disciplined Into Madness and Death
  180. Voices from Solitary: What Solitary Confinement Does to the Mind
  181. Utah Supermax Prisoners Report Being “Treated Like an Animal”
  182. Scarred by Solitary: Experiencing Prison Isolation As a Kid
  183. New Article in Fortune News: “Suffering in Solitary”
  184. Feds to Open New Supermax Prison Cells at “Gitmo North”
  185. “Sick and in Solitary” on Rikers Island
  186. Federal Bureau of Prisons to Undergo Review of Solitary Confinement Practices
  187. Voices from Solitary: Suffering at the Hands of Other Human Beings
  188. State Bar Association Calls on New York to “Profoundly Restrict” Its Use of Solitary
  189. “Companionship or Death”: Jewish Engagement With the Injustice of Solitary Confinemen
  190. As California Implements Some Solitary Confinement Reforms, Prisoners Remain Skeptica
  191. Twelve Years in Solitary, and “Still in Illegal Limbo”
  192. Voices from Solitary: Art from Tennessee’s Death Row
  193. Suicide in Solitary: The Life and Death of Armando Cruz (Part 2)
  194. Suicide in Solitary: The Life and Death of Armando Cruz (Part 1)
  195. Indiana’s Treatment of Mentally Ill Prisoners in Solitary Confinement Violates Consti
  196. As Washington State Prisons Begin Reforms, 800 Remain in Solitary Confinement
  197. Photography Exhibition Highlights Children in Solitary
  198. Brandon Green, Chronicler of Solitary Confinement
  199. The End of Tamms Supermax
  200. Voices from Solitary: “That’s the Only Mail I Get…”
  201. Voices from Solitary: Haunted by Memory’s Ghosts
  202. Voices from Solitary: Loneliness and Faith at Christmastime
  203. Santa Was in Prison and Jesus Got the Death Penalty
  204. Support Our Holiday Project: “Lifelines to Solitary”
  205. Wayne Moore- KKK Jury
  206. At U.N. Prisoners’ Rights Meeting, U.S. Resists Limits on Solitary Confinement
  207. Voices from Solitary: “No Wonder There Are So Many Suicides”
  208. Mentally Ill Utah Prisoner Sentenced to 20 Days in Solitary for Not Moving Cup Fast E
  209. Profile of an ADX Prisoner: “Just Half Crazy And Trying To Hold On To The Other Half
  210. NYCLU Files Suit Challenging Solitary Confinement in New York State Prisons
  211. Holiday Kickstarter for Our “Lifelines to Solitary” Project
  212. Tamms Supermax: Report Reveals More Guards Than Prisoners, Soaring Costs
  213. Massachusetts Court Rules Against Solitary Confinement Without Due Process
  214. Bradley Manning’s Torture in Solitary Confinement Is Subject of Pre-Trial Hearing
  215. Voices from Solitary: Picturing Solitary Confinement
  216. New from Solitary Watch: “Solitary 101
  217. Bonnie Kerness: Pioneer in the Struggle Against Solitary Confinement
  218. The 2 Million Swing State Voters Who Won’t Be Voting Today
  219. Mentally Ill Man Dies, Injured and Alone, in a Tulsa Jail Cell
  220. Solitary Confinement in North Carolina
  221. Prisoners to Remain on Rikers Island As Hurricane Sandy Heads for New York
  222. “Millennium Bomber,” Scarred by 12 Years in Solitary, Is Sentenced to 37 More
  223. “I Write, Read, Cry, Sleep and Beg for Death”: Life In Utah’s Uinta 1 Supermax
  224. “Waiting For The World To Give Us A Reason To Live”: Solitary Confinement in Utah
  225. Voices from Solitary: “It Has Zapped Me Of My Personality”
  226. Former Hostage in Iran Reports on Solitary Confinement in California
  227. Corcoran State Prison Inmate Commits Suicide in Solitary
  228. California Inmates Launch New Hunger Strike On October 10th
  229. Kids in Solitary Confinement: America’s Official Child Abuse
  230. Extradited to a Future of Torture in a U.S. Supermax Prison
  231. Unlock the Box: The Fight Against Solitary Confinement in New York
  232. New Solitary Watch Print Edition, Free to Prisoners and Advocates
  233. Amnesty International Releases Report Condemning California Prison Isolation Units
  234. New Report Calls for End to Use of Solitary Confinement in Immigrant Detention
  235. The Other Death Sentence: Aging and Dying in Prison
  236. Federal Government Seeks Dismissal of Supermax Suicide Lawsuit
  237. Solitary Confinement Policies in California Revised Yet Again, As Inmate Leaders Prom
  238. Pennsylvania Lawmakers Hear Testimony on the Torture of Solitary Confinement
  239. New York Prisoner Gets Five Years in Solitary for Having Cell Phone Smuggled in by Gu
  240. Scientists Discover How Social Isolation Damages Young Brains
  241. Mumia Abu-Jamal Challenges Death Row Solitary Confinement and Life Without Parole
  242. Portrait of a Prison Whistleblower————and His Punishment
  243. Pennsylvania Legislators to Hold Hearing on Solitary Confinement
  244. “Total Isolation”: Solitary Confinement in Oregon
  245. Tamms Supermax Prison Closure Temporarily Halted
  246. Voices from Solitary: A Man’s Strength Behind a Steel Door
  247. California Justice: Three Strikes and Sixteen Years in Solitary
  248. Texas Senate Hearing Finds Prisoners Released from Solitary Confinement Directly to t
  249. Voices from Solitary: A Spark in the Dark
  250. Judge Rules Against Colorado Supermax That Keeps Prisoners Indoors for Years