Curley Bonds

UCLA School of Medicine

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Former Supervising Psychiatrist at the LA County Jail; Chair of Psychiatry at Charles Drew University and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the UCLA School of Medicine

Curley Bonds on KCRW

After months in the planning stage, 30,000 inmates in California prisons began refusing food on Monday in what they hope will come to be recognized by corrections department officials…

Can a Hunger Strike Force Changes in State Prisons?

After months in the planning stage, 30,000 inmates in California prisons began refusing food on Monday in what they hope will come to be recognized by corrections department officials…

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