Corporations are making millions of dollars from US prison labor

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Curtis Ray Davis II was wrongly convicted of murder. He served nearly 26 years in Angola State Prison before his conviction was overturned and he was released in 2015. While in prison, he worked for various corporations in the private sector, making just two cents an hour. Davis has received no additional monetary compensation for the time he spent in prison or for the thousands of hours he spent producing agricultural products.
5 months ago

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Corporations are making millions of dollars from US prison labor

A Freedom of Information Act request shines a light on how much private corporations and government agencies have been exploiting prison labor during the COVID-19 pandemic.

5 months ago·Baltimore, United States
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