New Solitary Confinement Policies in California Bring Small Changes and Raise Big Questions

The latest¬†and largest of three hunger strikes in California prisons began nearly a year ago, on July 8, 2013. ¬†The strike brought international attention to California’s liberal use of indefinite solitary confinement and resulted in legislative hearings and the introduction of bills to curb solitary in both houses of the California state legislature. (Only one […]