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Women incarcerated in the U.S. in 2017 - a 750% increase from 1980. (The Sentencing Project)

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Percent of women in jails are mothers, and most are primary caregivers. (The Prison Policy Initiative)

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Percent higher unemployment rate exists for the formerly incarcerated than the rest of the population. (The Prison Policy Initiative).