Rikers’ Solitary Confinement Killed Kalief Browder, But Others Can Be Saved

Browder spent years in jail awaiting trial, a challenge particularly familiar to arrested low-income Bronxites. And during those years he spent hundreds of days in solitary confinement. But whether outside or within solitary Browder was frequently the victim of abuse at the hands of inmates and guards alike.

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