Objects & Places from Life on the Outside: The Prison Odyssey of Elaine Bartlett

Jennifer Gonnerman
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Harlem

Traditionally an African-American neighborhood located north of Manhattan.

Albany

A city in New York that is two and a half hours away by train from New York City. It is where Elaine is arrested.

Bedford Hills

The prison where Elaine serves her sentence.

13 B - The Wald House

The apartment where Elaine's mother and children live. It is also where Elaine returns to when released.

Riker's Island

A men's prison in New York where Jamel serves time.

Project Renewal

A recovery program for former prisoners and where Elaine works.

South Forty

An employment center for ex-prisoners.

Baruch Houses

A public housing project near the Walk Houses that Elaine likes, but doesn't get to move to.

Lay-A-Way Homes

While looking for appropriate housing for her children, Elaine finds this program that requires $5,000 down as a deposit.

Community League of West 159th Street

A housing project where Elaine can...

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