Amy Fettig

ACLU

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Senior staff counsel for the ACLU's National Prison Project and the director of its Stop Solitary campaign

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Some 88,000 inmates of state and federal prisons are in some form of solitary confinement, although it’s not called by its real name.

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Some 88,000 inmates of state and federal prisons are in some form of solitary confinement, although it’s not called by its real name.

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