Posted by: prisonradioshow | September 29, 2012

Prison Radio Show – September 28, 2012

An interview with Kelly Poe, artist and environmentalist who organized a joint art exhibition with political prisoner Marie Mason at The Suburban Gallery in Oak Park, Illinois, which is just outside of Chicago.

An interview with Senior Policy Analyst of the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, Sandra Ka Hon Chu in which we discuss a lawsuit that has been filed against the government of Canada for failing to protect the health of federal prisoners.

News from the country Georgia, where thousands of people have flooded the streets in response to videos that were released that showed the rape and torture of prisoners and which resulted in the subsequent resignation of the Interior Minister.

A commentary by political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal in regards to an upcoming execution in the US.

An interview with Dorothy Ninham in regards to the Leonard Peltier Walk for Human Rights that took place between December 2011 and May 2012, where walkers marched across the US: from Alcatraz to Washington DC. Dorothy reflects on the walk and gives an update on the case of political prisoner Leonard Peltier.

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