Juveniles In Solitary Confinement – Sad But True
Summary: Juveniles in Solitary Confinement, some as young as 10 years of age, do exist in our society today.
What is it like to be locked up in solitary confinement when you are just a child?
Juvenile facilities across the country house children as young as 10 years old in isolation either as punishment or as part of the regular jail/detention operation. Across the U.S, children spend days and months in solitary confinement. The ACLU found that in 2011 more than 95,000 children spent time in isolation.
In a subsequent report, the ACLU writes, “This bare social and physical existence makes many young people feel doomed and abandoned, or in some cases, suicidal, and can lead to serious physical and emotional consequences.” This video ends with a way that you can take action to end solitary confinement of children.
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