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*citations were initially Chicago style in a word doc, that's why they’re weird here but they’ll all be at the end

It is no secret that a person’s economic class, gender, sexuality and race amongst other identities impacts the rate at which they experience incarceration. But, how does the social isolation experienced as a young person belonging to one or more of the oppressed identities within the United States relate to the criminalization, incarceration and social isolation that may or may not be experienced later in life? Focusing specifically on a subgroup of one of these oppressed identities, trans and…

Ryan Klise

Non-binary, socialist, aspiring writer. they/them

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