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BROWSE THE SHELVES:
TCC uses the Library of Congress call numbers to categorize books by broad subject areas on the shelves.
These areas may be of interest to Human Services students:
- HQ - Family Issues
- HV 40 - 90 - Human Services
- HV 4000's - HV 6000's - Social Issues
- RC - RJ - RM - Medical Aspects of Social Issues
Invisible Eve. Crime & Wisdom by
Call Number: TR 681.W6K43 2013 Northeast Campus N-Lounge
Publication Date: 2013
This is a very special book. Photographer Yousef in his search for essence of humanity went behind Oklahoma prison walls and took pictures of women convicted of nonviolent crimes. The photographer chose Oklahoma because Oklahoma has the highest incarceration rate for women per capita in the world. Eddie Warrior Correctional Center, Mabel Bassett Correctional Center, and Hillside Community Corrections Center are represented with photos of women prisoners along with their deep and personal messages. A portion of the book sale will be donated to the local Women in Recovery program.
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