51 minutes | Jan 21st 2021

20: Sara Bennett

Former appellate attorney and author Sara Bennett captures stunning, honest portraits of women serving life sentences in prison. She and Maggie talk about how women doing time differs from men, re-entry for women, and the humanity of the people we lock up. Sara’s art has been widely exhibited and featured in publications like The New York Times, The New Yorker Photo Booth, and Variety & Rolling Stone’s “American (In)Justice.” Right now she has art up in New York City at MOMA PS1 in the “Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration” exhibit along with folks who have made art from inside prison.For more information and a complete list of sources for this episode, visit: https://www.unjustandunsolved.com/Join us on Patreon to support the show and access exclusive content:patreon.com/unjustandunsolved
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