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TV Series Animation Comedy. Not yet released. Edit Cast Credited cast: Emilia Clarke Malu Hadley Fraser Edit Storyline Held captive by a circus, Malu is frantically rescued from her shackles by her husband. Country: UK. Language: English. Runtime: 12 min. Color: Color.
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Edit Did You Know? Trivia The film is available for viewing on the Apple iTunes store. Quotes Jesse : [ Jesse unbuckles Malu from her chains ] There, you're free to go.
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Edit page. Clear your history. IMDb Everywhere. Her baby was supposed to go under the care of her sister until Kima got out of jail. That meant the baby could no longer be in her room and she could no longer visit her baby except by going to the nursery with handcuffs on. That was an extremely arbitrary decision. Being unable to be with her baby for those precious 48 hours after birth caused her tremendous anguish. I can still hear her wailing when she was told that they were taking the baby to the nursery.
CS: She had been in jail more than 80 times in her adult life. For this particular pregnancy, they were for selling a small amount of drugs. The last time she was arrested in pregnancy and then stayed on to deliver, she was arrested for shoplifting a bar of Dove soap from a local drugstore. CS: They baby initially had to go into foster care. Kima got released about two weeks after birth. She has been in and out of jail many times since.
Jail was sometimes the main place where these women visited with their children because their lives on the streets were so precarious. They did not have stable housing, they struggled with addiction and poverty. But when they were in jail, they had people helping them connect with their children. MJ: One woman from your book actually gets herself arrested so she can get services.
Is that common? The woman, whom I call Evelyn, told me that at one point in her pregnancy she turned herself in. She had an outstanding warrant for a parole violation. I just wanted to be in jail where I could eat, I could sleep, and where I was going to get some type of care. MJ: So was the quality of care in jail better than what she could have gotten on her own? CS: The prenatal care available in the San Francisco jail was pretty equivalent to the care she would have gotten in the community.
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But that is not at all universal. There are many cases of pregnant women who are completely neglected in jail and prison—where complaints of vaginal care and bleeding are neglected, and people deliver their babies in a jail cell or have stillbirths. MJ: Do you think it makes sense on some level for a women like Evelyn, pregnant and with a drug problem, to submit to incarceration? CS: That is certainly a logic that has been inculcated a little bit, but jails and prisons are places of punishment.
They are designed to strip people of their autonomy. So I think it speaks to the deficiency of mental health care and drug care services in the community that people might feel that way. If the first person they see when walking into one of these community clinics is an armed guard, that can make them feel alienated and not [likely to seek care].
CS: A really important place to start is thinking about alternatives to incarceration. You can have whatever appropriate surveillance they might need from the criminal justice system, but give them an opportunity to access community health care and prepare for being a mother in a realistic environment. San Francisco has invested in some of these programs—houses you and I may have even walked by. One of them, in the Mission, is staffed by people from local agencies.
They have parenting classes, drug treatment if they need it. Women can go to their court appearances, but they have a chance to develop their pregnancies and give birth not in an institution that is designed to punish, confine, and separate them. CS: The child is now four and a half and doing very well, but unfortunately Evelyn is still trapped in the criminal justice system. CS: That talking about mass incarceration is always very messy. For some people, jail has become part of their safety net. Not at all. Jamilah King.
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