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Mandy Hiscocks | "What's the food like?" Everyone wants to know. It's by far the most common question people ask me after "how are you?" And "do you need anything?"
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Mandy Hiscocks | Apparently, the key to being treated somewhat decently is to make your jail experience as public as possible.
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Mandy Hiscocks | Unit two is a maximum-security section of Vanier Centre for Women where Claire McKenzie was a 2F inmate when she was released recently, but during her time here she also experienced life on 2D and 2E.
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Mercedes Allen | Leslie Feinberg has been arrested and is facing charges of property damage. The arrest came during a protest of the conviction of CeCe McDonald, sentenced to 41 months in prison for manslaughter.
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Mandy Hiscocks | April 16 was my 38th birthday. In the morning I came out of my cell to find a card signed by most of the people on the range.
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Mandy Hiscocks | The past few days have been the worst yet. Since I got here, I've been putting a lot of effort into a few specific things. And now, one by one, they have all been dealt some pretty serious blows.
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Mandy Hiscocks | Today, I want to talk about Byron Sonne. Byron was arrested on all kinds of serious (not to mention seriously trumped up) charges related to the 2010 G20 summit.
Podcast
AIyanas Ormond | People's Health Radio looks again at the health and social impacts of prisons and the mass incarceration agenda in Canada.
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Steffanie Pinch | This week on the Activist Toolkit roundup: How to organize a seed swap, free Occupy lectures, intersectionality and more!
Activist Toolkit
| A workshop about what the prison industrial complex is and how to fight it.
Activist Toolkit
| A workshop that uses media to get folks thinking about prison and gender
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| The missing project strives to make mass imprisonment visible