A Texas prisoners' hunger strike didn't bring the change they'd hoped. Inmates plan to strike again
Dozens of incarcerated men in Texas went on a weeks-long hunger strike earlier this year, protesting indefinite solitary confinement and poor conditions. Their protest did not yield the reform they hoped for.
Texas Public Radio’s’ Paul Flahive says they plan to do it again.
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