The Southern Center for Human Rights calls for better treatment and better conditions for people incarcerated at Lee Arrendale State Prison in Georgia. Proponents say that people who have just given birth are handcuffed or placed in solitary confinement in violation of state and federal law. A letter to the prison guard said that people described being placed in solitary confinement within days of giving birth, sometimes without being able to remove the bloody clothes they wore during childbirth. The group also warns against using solitary confinement to hold contractors COVID-19 – who are often trapped in filthy cells with faulty plumbing, insufficient water and personal care products.