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The ACLU Anti-Shackling Initiative

Digg This!May 8th, 2009 • Contributed by Dino Corvino
Posted in: Podcast

This week I had the great opportunity to speak to Diana Kasdan of the ACLU.  We spoke specifically about the Anti-Shackling work that the ACLU is doing.

This is one of those rare times when common sense is so right on.  In states around this country, women are being shackled at the hands, ankles and the bellies during child birth.  Yes, these women are in fact prisoners, but we must simply ask this, “Are women in the process of childbirth really a flight risk?”  The ACLU says no, Below the Waist says no as well.

For more information see the ACLU website, as well as The Rebecca Project.  These two voices are crucial in this discussion.

We are thrilled to have the ACLU come on board with Below The Waist.  As you can see Dahlia Ward is submitting new content to the site, and we want to thank the ACLU for being a part of Below the Waist.

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