Posted by: prisonradioshow | July 12, 2012

Prison Radio Show – July 12, 2012

An interview with Dr. Melissa Munn, Sociology Professor from Okanagan College, in Vernon, BC. She speaks on: the digitization of prison newsletters produced in Canadian Penitentiaries since the 50s (available at:;a pamphlet she produced called  Getting Out, Staying Out, for prisoners with long sentences, especially Lifers; as well as her views on the Conservative Government’s decision on the cancellation of LifeLine.

For sports fans we have: Mumia Abu-Jamal speaking on Tennis and a news reports about  Palestinian footballer Mahmoud Sarsak who is home after an epic 3 month hunger strike.

A continuation of testimony from the Congressional Hearing on Solitary Confinement that took place on June 19th in Washington DC. On This show we hear testimony from Lawyer Stewart Andrews and Professor of Psychology, Craig Haney.

A Free Speech Radio News segment on the hunger strike in Georgia.

You can download episode here



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