The tension and anguish still hang heavily in the air as Kameron Sears walks a deserted hallway. The paint peels back from the ceiling, looking for an escape. Broken glass is everywhere, and shards of metal are scattered about. The emptiness of this place is as cold as the reality of incarceration.
This place was once a bustling community, housing thousands of inmates, but now, it more closely resembles a war-torn area. The destruction is not the result of gunfire or bombing, however. The state of this prison is a glimpse into an entire world that this country left behind.
This is Detroit.