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Heather Ann Thompson

Thompson talks prison uprisings in light of recent standoff in Delaware

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"Scholar Says Prison Uprisings Usually Come After Basic Needs Aren't Met" - NPR - Illionois. 02/05/2017.

Less solitary confinement, more educational opportunities, less overcrowding, and greater public transparency would deter prison uprisings, says PSC researcher Heather Ann Thompson.

Thompson's book on the 1971 Attica prison uprising

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Heather Ann Thompson

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