New research says the world’s oceans are rising faster than we thought – so where does that leave all the developments going up next to the bay? We speak to two people behind a massive investigation for San Francisco Public Press. But first: After years of organizing, hunger strikes, and litigation, California prisoners have won a legal agreement that will impose strict limits on the use of solitary confinement–we discuss what’s in it, and what’s next.
- Anne Weills, attorney with Seigel & Yee representing the prisoners who sued over California’s use of solitary confinement.
- Marie Levin, member of California Families Against Solitary Confinement; her brother, Sitala Nantambu Jamaa, is one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit
- Michael Stoll, executive director of San Francisco Public Press
- Kevin Stark, journalist for San Francisco Public Press