Lamont Carey

former felon

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Entrepreneur and activist who served two prison terms for felony convictions

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The US has so many inmates in prison it’s been called “the incarceration nation.” It has more inmates than any other country, including China, which has 4 times the population.

Mass Incarceration: Is a Solution in Sight?

The US has so many inmates in prison it’s been called “the incarceration nation.” It has more inmates than any other country, including China, which has 4 times the population.

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