Hunger Strikes Lead To Changes In California Prison Units

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Under pressure from hunger strikes, the state of California has made some changes to the way it runs its toughest prison units. Some men who recently left solitary confinement are talking about their experience. (This story was produced as part of a collaboration between member station KQED and The Center for Investigative Reporting.)

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