Solitary confinement creates mental illness, Wisconsin survey finds

A Wisconsin Center for Investigative  Journalism survey — conducted in the wake of an inmate hunger strike launched in June aimed at ending long-term solitary confinement in Wisconsin — asked about prisoners’ living conditions, mental health status, whether they received regular meals and whether they had committed or been a victim of violence while in administrative confinement.  >  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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