Building a Movement to End Solitary Confinement, Against Imprisonment (via Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity)

After hunger strike leaders reached an agreement last week with the CDCR to end the hunger strike that swept across California's prison system, prisoners have started to transition to eating food again. However this transition is both brutal and confusing. After not eating for four weeks, it is very hard to begin eating solid food again right away, so many prisoners are in need of more medical care than the prisons can provide. Medical staff at t … Read More

via Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity

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