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Sara Mayeux

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In her new memoir of her year in a minimum-security federal women’s prison — which the author admits is pretty much the best-case scenario if you have to do time in America — Piper Kerman recalls, “No one who worked in ‘corrections’ appeared to give any thought to the purpose of our being there, any more than a warehouse clerk would consider the meaning of a can of tomatoes, or try to help those tomatoes understand what the hell they were doing on the shelf.” The whole interview is well worth reading, and I look forward to reading Piper Kerman’s book.

With that, a sampling of this week’s news from the world of warehousing people:

Written by sara

April 2, 2010 at 8:17 am

Posted in Friday Roundups

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