Babies in prison by Alfredo Caliz*

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Photographs and letters pinned to the wall of a family cell at Alcala de Guadaira prison. Amaya Encarnacion shares the cell with her young daughter Maria, and the letters are from Maria's father, who is incarcerated in another prison. More than 200 women live with their children in Spanish jails. Children can live with their mothers in prison up to the age of three.