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Días Eternos en Una Cárcel de Mujeres de El Salvador

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Waiting to go inside, a line of women stand in a yard enclosed by a wall that is topped with barbed wire. The women wear the same all-white uniform of a t-shirt, shorts, and crocs, and they all wear masks. Two women are holding small children. On the right of the frame is a stroller.
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The deplorable conditions of imprisoned women in El Salvador has remained largely neglected...

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El Salvador es uno de los países con mayor índice de población presa de Latinoamérica. Una de las principales causas es la criminalidad asociada a pandillas como la Mara Salvatrucha o Barrio 18. El 7,2% de los 36.500 reclusos de este país son mujeres. Este reportaje fue realizado en colaboración con el Centro Pulitzer.

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