Hunger Strike Resumes in California Prisons as Sides Dig In – NYTimes.com

But since inmates resumed the strike last week in continued protest against conditions of prolonged isolation, things have gone differently: the corrections department has cracked down, trying to isolate the strike leaders, some of whom say they no longer trust the department and are hoping to push the governor to en

via Hunger Strike Resumes in California Prisons as Sides Dig In – NYTimes.com.

 

This is interesting in that this is the way that most large corporations and government bodies “want” to deal with uprisings.  Try to isolate the leaders, thereby discrediting the movement and change they are trying to make.

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