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In 2013, Sesame Street launched a new character with an incarcerated father, indicative of how commonly incarceration affects the lives of American families. The authors of the commentary Sesame Street Goes to Jail: Physicians Should Follow argue that physicians have a duty to engage in addressing the problems that result from and perpetuate incarceration. The authors of another commentary, Thinking Outside the Box: Hospitals Promoting Employment for Formerly Incarcerated Persons, point out the difficulty a history of incarceration poses to former prisoners seeking employment following their release from prison, adding to the risk for worsening physical and mental illness and propagating health disparities. They call for expanded programs encouraging employers, including health systems, to cease excluding these individuals from their potential work pools as a means of helping to eliminate rather than perpetuate the cycle of incarceration.
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