Scholar Spotlight: Carolyn Sufrin
- Reproductive Health
- Criminal Justice
- Gender & Sexuality
There are thousands of pregnant incarcerated women every year - yet until now, there was no systematic report on this population. Carolyn Sufrin's groundbreaking research was recently published in the American Journal of Public Health, highlighting the pregnancy outcomes of incarcerated women over one year and how they differ from the population as a whole. For a summary of her work, including the importance of statistically counting all marginalized populations, check out her OpEd in The Hill, her work in The Huffington Post, and her feature on All Things Considered.