Nashua - Private Prisons, the Public's Problem, a talk by Caroline Isaacs

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Wednesday, September 5, 2012 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Caroline Isaacs

Caroline Isaacs

Caroline Isaacs, program director of AFSC's office in Tucson, Arizona.

The 3 companies that run for-profit prisons in Arizona have all submitted bids to take over New Hampshire's prison system.  Caroline Isaacs, who directs the AFSC's Arizona Program in Tucson, has thoroughly investigated their performance and found it lacking.  Her report, published in Feburary, revealed widespread and persistent problems in the areas of safety, accountability, and cost.  She will share her findings during a 3-day speaking tour in New Hampshire.   Sponsored by the Nashua UU Social Justicer Committee.  Free and open to all.   For more information about prison privatization in New Hampshire, visit NH Prison Watch.

Contact Information: 

Arnie Alpert, (603) 224-2407


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