Law & Disorder w/ Cat Brooks

Inedible food in Virginia women’s prison w/ Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg

Reports from inside Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women (FCCW) – a women’s jail in Virginia – show that  the food prisoners are receiving is spoiled and moldy, leading to calls from elected officials for a deeper investigation and change. We are joined by Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg, senior reporter for The Appeal, a worker-led nonprofit news organization. She writes on prison and jail conditions, and wrongful convictions, and she has been deep in the exposure of poor treatment and food access at FCCW.

Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg’s report on inedible food at a Virginia prison: https://theappeal.org/virginia-prison-food-department-of-health/
Follow Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg on Twitter: https://twitter.com/elizabethweill
Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg’s website: https://www.elizabethw-g.org/

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