Soledad O'Brien takes us inside a unique women's prison where inmates are raising their babies behind bars. In America, 1 in 15 women enter prison pregnant. Typically, the mother is stripped from her newborn within 24 hours of birth, causing possible lifelong trauma to both the child and mother. At the Washington Correction Center for women, inmates are able to live with their newborn for up to two years. The documentary follows Kristie Ebey and Margaret Taggert, the former a newly incarcerated mother fighting to get into the program and keep her baby, and the latter a veteran of the program facing release from prison as a single mother.