The Los Angeles Times reports:
Inmate advocates said Calipatria Warden Frank Chavez met with protest leaders within that prison on Thursday and, while talking with state corrections officials in Sacramento by phone, agreed to most of their more minor demands. They include adding six channels, including ESPN and PBS, to the television lineup available in segregation units, as well as increasing the variety and amounts of foods available for purchase in the prison canteen.
The warden also agreed within two months to allow inmates in segregation to make a monthly phone call, said Kendra Castaneda, an inmate supporter.
Castaneda said Calipatria officials refused to negotiate on the core issues of the hunger strike — the state’s indefinite use of isolation units and informants to control prison gangs.
Corrections officials said the strike ended Thursday when 22 inmates resumed eating.