solitary confinement

9:04pm

Thu August 14, 2014
Arts & Culture

99% Invisible: An Architect's Code

Pelican Bay State Prison
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

Lawyers have an ethics code. Journalists have an ethics code. Architects do, too.

According to Ethical Standard 1.4 of the American Institute of Architects (AIA):  "Members should uphold human rights in all their professional endeavors." 

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12:00am

Fri May 2, 2014

7:12pm

Mon September 30, 2013
Cops & Courts

StoryCorps: Staying in touch with someone in solitary confinement

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Sitawa Natambu Jamaa has been incarcerated for 33 years at the Pelican Bay State Prison in Crescent City; 23 of them in the Security Housing Unit, also known as the SHU. He spends most of his time—up to 22 hours a day—in a small, windowless cell. His charge is murder, though his sister Marie Levin says he did not commit the crime.

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11:57pm

Thu July 11, 2013

12:00am

Mon October 29, 2012
Politics

Today on Your Call: What is the reality of solitary confinement in US prisons?


On today's Your Call, We’ll have a conversation with investigative journalist and former hostage, Shane Bauer about California’s Pelican Bay State Special Housing Unit also known as SHU. Join us live at 10 or send an email to feedback@yourcallraido.org? What are the long-term mental health effects of near total isolation? It’s Your Call, with Holly Kernan and you.


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