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      Watch our interview with the inmate who launched a massive prison strike from solitary confinement

      On September 9th, 24,000 inmates across the United States launched what they say is the largest prison strike in the nation's history. We spoke to Bennu Hannibal, a lead organizer in the protest against poor living conditions and forced labor. Hannibal is currently in solitary confinement and although his prison has not gone on strike, he's used a smuggled phone to inspire prisoners across the country to take action.

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