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Image: Janet Spring/Edwin Espinel and Karen Spring in Honduras.
Victoria Fenner | It was good news when Edwin Espinel was released on bail from a Honduran prison, but his Canadian mother-in-law says it presents more danger that he could be ordered back to prison.
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A small rural town works together to free Edwin Espinal, a Honduran political prisoner
Victoria Fenner | Janet Spring lives the small rural community of Elmvale, Ontario. When her son-in-law was imprisoned in Honduras for political activism, her community rallied to help.
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Ben Powless | In January, her partner was arrested by the Honduran government. Now, Karen Spring is working to free him and other political prisoners targeted by the regime.
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Scott Neigh | Scott Neigh talks to organizers of the 2018 Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar, and its theme of "Awakening Resistance."
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Scott Neigh | Helen Hudson and Sara Falconer talk about the Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar project, with supplemental audio from Herman Bell.
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GroundWire | This episode is produced by CHRW in London, Ontario, featuring stories about the temporary foreign workers program, BC Yukon Association of Drug War Survivors, Toronto Pride and more.
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| Political prisoners in Iran need your help.
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[email protected] Radio, Radio Basics KW | Francis Mackey of Ireland's 32 County Sovereignty Movement spoke to a crowd in Kitchener about resisting continued british occupation of northern Ireland.
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Mandy Hiscocks | Instead of the approaching winter, I feel the onset of spring -- that excitement about spending more time outside, the plans and hopes of new beginnings. I'm getting ready to leave this place!
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Mandy Hiscocks | The inquiry into the death of Ashley Smith in a Federal Penitentiary five years ago has been shining a much-needed light on policy and procedure at Correctional Services Canada.
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Mandy Hiscocks | Today I'm filing a human rights application against the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services and Vanier Centre for Women.
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Mandy Hiscocks | Last night they screwed up when they turned the lights out. the hallway lights went out as well as the ones in our rooms, and for a few wonderful seconds it was completely dark.