Voices Cry Out: Postprison Mindâ€“Set identifies how power is perpetuated through prison systems in terms of policies and economics. In the emergence of ethnic movements for equity in an institutional societal system, voices continue to cry out because of America’s racialized mechanisms of social control. Exâ€“offenders often struggle with finding gainful employment, housing, and voting obstacles after prison. Both social control and social incarceration represent a linchpin recidivism connection of criminal for life to the unjust criminal justice system.
Voices Cry OutRicardo Smith, Ph.D.