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Prison Food

The concept is simple. As a society, we should feed our future (aka kids in school) well and feed our problematic past (aka prisoners) not so well. Budget problems, politics, and human rights often get in the way and make the exact opposite the case.

This graphic by our friends at GOOD takes a look at the difference (or lack thereof) between prison food and school food. Click to enlarge.

Prison Food vs School Food

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  • Me says:

    You said, "The concept is simple. As a society, we should feed our future (aka kids in school) well and feed our problematic past (aka prisoners) not so well."

    Is this serious? Who actually makes policy by this principle? And why? Its a false dichotomy and a terrible comparison.

    You didn't even bring up that its the same companies who give public schools and prisons food.

    Why don't you discuss the need to give everyone better food, and maybe stop funding wars?

    What a waste of a site and time. Thanks for nothing.