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Calvin Arey at his home in Boston (Photo by Alex Gagne)

The Unbroken

Fifty years ago, a group of five maximum-security inmates at the Virginia State Penitentiary in Richmond bucked the commonwealth’s brutal and racist corrections system — and won a significant victory for prisoners nationwide. Calvin Arey, who was one of those inmates, shares his story for the first time.

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