What happens when those who are supposed to protect you are the source of your fear? We talk to Jennifer Gonnerman, a reporter for the New Yorker whose latest piece follows the unfortunate story of Kalief Browder.
Kalief was held at Riker’s Island for more than 1,000 days without trial. For many of those days he was in solitary confinement. After three years of being held the charges against Browder were finally dropped. But Browder continues to experience fear…
You can find the New Yorker article here.
Jennifer Gonnerman is a contributing writer for New York Magazine and Mother Jones. She is also the author of “Life on the Outside: The Prison Odyssey of Elaine Bartlett,” which was a finalist for the National Book Award.
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