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8 Wrap-Up Session
Pages 61-62

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... "We have to create a new construct of what that means for health, and for the medical system specifically." Health care now consumes one of every $6 in the United States, he reminded the workshop participants, which absorbs resources that could help reverse the trend of mass incarceration. Kendall Campbell (Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University)
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... "We are all humans, and everyone at the end of the day wants to be respected and have dignity." Incarceration could be focused on building that respect and dignity rather than destroying it, she said. Jeffrey Henderson (Black Hills Center for American Indian Health)

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