Category Archives: Prisons

Geography of Sing Sing Correctional Facility

By Gwen Frenzel New York State has long had a large proportion of its residents living in New York City. For a multitude of reasons, like discrimination against the impoverished and racial minority groups that are common in New York … Continue reading

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Sing Sing Correctional Facility: A Shift to More Humane Practices

By Molly Osborn As one of New York’s oldest prisons, picturesquely situated overlooking the Hudson River, Sing Sing Correctional Facility marks an important part of the Hudson Valley’s history. From the time the facility was first established in 1826 to … Continue reading

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Sing Sing Prison

By Maya Toler In the early 20th century, Sing Sing Prison and its Death House made up one of the most secluded and fatal facilities of all time. Every media outlet and journalist alike longed to know what exactly took … Continue reading

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