Replica of a SHU solitary confinement cell at Pelican Bay Prison (FLICKR / Steve Rhodes)
How long would you be able to live in a confined space with minimal or no human contact? Days? Months? A decade? For thousands behind bars across the U.S., being alone is life. But in California, inmates at Pelican Bay Prison say enough. On a hunger strike, they are demanding an end to long term isolation. While some say the practice is justified, others claim it’s torture. What do you think? Join the coversation at 19:30 GMT.