The Color of Corporate Corrections

March 17, 2014 | by Christopher Petrella | Radical Criminology

A new study by a University of California, Berkeley graduate student, titled “The Color of Corporate Corrections,” has found that private prison facilities house higher percentages of people of color than public facilities. The paper sets out to explain why, examining how factors such as age, race, and money play a role. To read the study, click here.

A new study by a University of California, Berkeley graduate student, titled “The Color of Corporate Corrections,” has found that private prison facilities house higher percentages of people of color than public facilities. The paper sets out to explain why, examining how factors such as age, race, and money play a role. To read the study, click here.

To read NCCD’s report titled “Prison Bed Profiteers: How Corporations are Reshaping Criminal Justice in the U.S.,” click here.