Eastern State Tackles True Terror: Mass incarceration
Philadelphia Inquirer
May 4, 2016

“With its 200-year-old stone walls in a permanent state of photogenic ruin, Eastern State Penitentiary can seem like a relic from the distant past.

“But it functioned as a state prison up until 1970. And when it reopened as a museum in the ’90s, its mission statement included serving as a forum for discussing current issues in criminal justice.”

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