Tweets from Inside a Prison 09/27-10/03/2020 by Railroad Underground

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Tweets from Inside a Prison 09/27-10/03/2020 by Railroad Underground

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These images show the Tweets of an incarcerated person utilizing a contraband cell phone to let the outside world know about prison conditions during the pandemic. This week he talks about the ability of incarcerated people to vote would cause them to be treated better, living like a caged animal, lockdown, going outside, mental health, watching presidential debates in prison, a second Covid outbreak happening in his prison, how important family connection is, incarcerated people are eligible for a stimulus check, people of color being the majority of incarcerated people and the majority of Covid deaths, difference of sentencing of white and black people,

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This item was submitted on October 5, 2020 by Chris Twing using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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