Women's Health in Prison's and Solutions

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  This is my presentation for my Women's Gender Studies class at NC State. It highlights some of the many issues women face in prison, especially minority women and then proposes some solutions.
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  • 2. https://www.rehabcenterforwomen.org/recovery-blog/mental-disorder- highly-common-among-women-prison
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