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SOCIAL SERVICE REVIEW Jennifer Mosley, Editor Evan White, Managing Editor Matthew Borus, Editorial Assistant Edited by the faculty of the Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice of the University of Chicago: Alida Bouris Laurence Lynn Jr. E. Summerson Carr Zhiying Ma Robert J. Chaskin Jeanne C. Marsh Yoonsun Choi Nicole Marwell Mark E. Courtney J. Curtis McMillen Matthew W. Epperson Reuben Miller Eve L. Ewing Lisa Lynelle Moore Gina Fedock Jennifer E. Mosley Angela S. GarcÍa Dolores G. Norton Janelle R. Goodwill Harold Pollack Deborah Gorman-Smith Shanta Robinson Colleen Grogan Melissa Roderick Sydney Hans Tina L. Rzepnicki Julia R. Henly Gina M. Samuels Aimee Hilado William Sites Leyla Ismayilova Miwa Yasui Waldo E. Johnson Jr. Marci Ybarra Susan J. Lambert Alan Zarychta Support for Social Service Review comes from the Michael R. Sosin Social Service Review Endowment, established by the late Professor Michael R. Sosin, PhD, AB ’72. 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The paper used in this publication meets the minimum requirements of American National Standard for Information Sciences—Permanence of Paper for Printed Library Materials, ANSI Z39.48-1984. ∞ Contents Volume 96 No. 2 June 2022 INTROD U CTION The Afterlife of Mass Incarceration, or What Does It Mean to Need a “Brute” in the Twenty-First Century? reuben jonathan miller | 163 AR TICLES “Bodies in the Building”: Incarceration’s Afterlife in a Reentry Housing Facility gretchen p urser and madeleine hamlin | 169 Lost Time: Family Reintegration following a Youth Life Sentence durrell m. washington, d. michael applegarth, kaylyn c. canlione, and laura s. abrams | 196 Dual Debtors: Child Support and Criminal Legal Financial Obligations veronica l. horowitz , kimberly spencer-suarez , ryan larson, robert stewart, frank edwards, emmi obara, and christopher uggen | 226 “We’re Here to Help”: Criminal Justice Collaboration among Social Service Providers across the Urban-Rural Continuum jessica t. simes and erin tichenor | 268 Carceral Citizens Rising: Understanding Oppression Resistance Work through the Lens of Carceral Status denise ruth woodall and sarah shannon | 308 Carceral Migrations: Reframing Race, Space, and Punishment rahim kurwa and susila gurusami | 353 B OOK RE VIE W michael goldfield, The Southern Key: Class, Race, and Radicalism in the 1930s and 1940s William Sites | 389 b rief n otices | 397 SOCIAL SERVICE REVIEW external review board Mimi Abramovitz Heather D. 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