The history of prison hunger strikes in California Take Two

The history of prison hunger strikes in California
Take Two | July 29th, 2013

“More than 600 inmates are protesting solitary confinement through a mass hunger strike that began July 8th. But it’s not the first time California prisoners have refused food to seek concessions from prison officials.

With more on the history of prison hunger strikes in California and beyond is Professor Keramet Reiter, who teaches criminology at the University of California at Irvine…”

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