During his visit to the Denver Women’s Correctional Facility (DWCF) in August 2017, Governor Hickenlooper gained insight into daily life in prison—through the eyes of both incarcerated women and correctional staff.
Women at the facility openly shared their personal experiences with the governor and offered suggestions for how the correctional system could be improved.
“A lot of us feel forgotten in here, so the fact that you’re here shows that we’re not, and we do have a voice, and we are people,” one woman said to the governor.
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