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Published on Dec 15, 2010
Strikes in what started across ten Georgia prisons have now become the biggest prisoner strike in the history of the US. Using cell phones to communicate, they named December 9th as the strike day, and refused to leave their cells, or perform any work. University of Baltimore's Jeffrey Ian Ross explains if the prisoners will really get their way.