By Rhonda Rios Kravitz and Kalin Kipling-Mojaddedi

As the world confronts a coronavirus pandemic and tries to grasp and mitigate its potential impact, there is one highly vulnerable group that requires more attention: individuals held in prisons, detention camps and jails.

There are 2.3 million people being detained across the U.S. – and the U.S. has more people behind bars per capita than any other nation.

Read the entire Davis Vanguard op-ed here.