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ng up to incarnation along with their experience inside ranging from shackling during childbirth, sexual and physical abuse by the staff members of the prison, separation from the members of one’s family to forced sterilization. Together, the presented testimonies the great struggles for survival which women in prison have to endure.
Several common threads originate from the stories: an action of dehumanization that starts soon after you are booked, psychological and sexual abuse by the prison staff, and the pain of separation from members of your family and the regulatory barriers that worsen the possibility of the close touch with family. So far the biggest commonality was something beyond the inadequate health care. Instead, it was medical treat that harmed the prisoners.
Some of the victims of the different social acts of injuries in the prisons of the United States are: Irma Rodriguez was misdiagnosed with HIV then suffered certain toxic effects from the medication offered then was later told by her doctors that she was misdiagnosed with HIV after her release from prison. Sheri received surgery intended to get rid of the ovarian cysts only to discover later on that she was offered an ovarectomy thus becoming sexually sterile. She says “I noticed that a lot of African American women were going into prison in their fertile child-producing years, and coming back with these partial hysterectomies, complete hysterectomies, abnormal cells” (Waldman et al. 34). Olivia gave birth in shackles having been forced to have a C – Section. She had her pregnancy induced earlier just because her due date coincided with a holiday weekend. Ann Jacob repeatedly warned prison guards concerning a suicidal cellmate but the guards neglected that and never took any action. After the woman had killed herself, Ann was retaliated against then intimidated when she tried informing the investigators of the guard’s refusal to evade death. Teri Hancock, who was summoned for 16
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