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Racial tensions in prison
For years, many prisoners in the US have been segregated by race and ethnicity. That's starting to change at San Quentin prison in California. The World's Monica Campbell spoke with a prisoner there, Jesse Vasquez, who talked about how he's navigated divisions in prison and how hard it is to change.