Podcast
Reducing the harms that prisons do while working to abolish them
Scott Neigh | Rowan Moyes talks about Bar None Winnipeg, their prison rideshare project, and their broader prison abolitionist politics.
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Meagan Gillmore | Both potential employees and employers need to overcome misconceptions of others about returning to the workforce.
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Cory Collins | Regina hunger strike highlights the intense politics of private food in public institutions. How does privatization of food affect those who consume and how can we improve the system?
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Victoria Fenner | The "thanks for wrecking our summer with your stupid election call, Stephen Harper" edition.
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Paula Mallea | There will be consequences to the tough-on-crime agenda. CCPA's Paula Mallea revisits the effects of harsher crime laws in Canada's prison system under the Conservative government.
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John Hutton | August 10, marked the 40th anniversary of what has come to be known as Prisoners' Justice Day in Canada. This anniversary is a sombre one as we seem to be moving backwards at an ever-inceasing rate.
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Migrant Matters Radio | Krysta Williams talks about the deliberate overcriminalization process in which the state intervenes in the lives of Indigenous peoples in colonial Canada, touching on reproductive justice issues.
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Kathleen Copps | Why is Omar Khadr still in jail? The Free Omar Khadr Now Campaign is calling for a renewed dedication from politicians and a parliamentary initiative in order to end this shameful chapter.
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Mercedes Allen | Treatment of trans people (particularly trans women) in detention facilities has come under examination recently. There's a solution, it's just a question of whether there is the will to examine it.
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Kathleen Copps | Why is Omar Khadr still in jail? Oh that's right, because of government interference.
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Denise Denning | The success of harm reduction programs internationally and the high rates of HIV and Hepatitis C in Canadian prisons signals the need for the Canadian government to adopt this program in prisons.
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Scott Neigh | Melannie Gayle talks about the work of the Toronto chapter of the Prisoner Correspondence Project to support queer and trans inmates from a prison abolitionist perspective.