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The Prison Radio Show has two time slots on CKUT 90.3 fm http://www.ckut.ca.* The first time slot is: On the second Thursday of every month between 5-6 pm the Prison Radio Show is part of CKUT’s Off The Hour. The second time slot is: The fourth Friday of every month between 11am and 12pm. Occasionally the Prison Radio Show will have an additional show during the fifth Friday. All audio on CKUT 90.3 fm is archived for a minimum of two months, so if you miss a show, you can download it at ckut ...
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This episode featured an interview with Lauren Aarons. She is one of the authors of a recently released report from Amnesty International entitled Aftermath: Injustice, Torture and Death in Detention in North-East Syria (available here: https://www.amnesty.org/en/documents/MDE24/7752/2024/en/ ). The report talks about the conditions in the camps an…
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The episode features a panel discussion from the Asian Prisoner Support Committee and 18 Million Rising about their present campaign to demand a pardon for the APSC4. We hear from the APSC4: Kee, Bun, Maria and Peejay. They are four staff members with the Asian Prisoner Support Committee—and all are at risk of deportation. They talk about the work …
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This is the first episode of Prison Radio Show’s new series on the mass incarceration of Palestinians by Israel into Israeli prisons. On today’s show we feature an interview with Raed Amer, the president of the Palestinian Prisoner Society, / sometimes translated as the Palestinian Prisoner’s Club Association is an independent, national, humanitari…
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This show featured audio from a workshop given by the Termite Collective as part of the Concordia Student Union's teach-in during their three day strike in January 2024. The workshop was about prisoner justice organizing and featured a "True or False" questionnaire about the Canadian prison system. Show also features two Bob Marley song requests fr…
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This show featured two audio recordings from prisonradio.org that were aired at the top of the show. We then shared audio from the annual New Years Eve Noise Demo which happened in Laval, Quebec on the evening of December 31, 2023 outside of four different carceral institutions - two federal prison for men, one co-ed provincial prison, and one migr…
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This show featured audio from a panel discussion that happened at UQAM in September. The panel was part of a symposium was called Penser les catégories pénales à l’aune des sciences sociales. The panel itself was called Perspective queer et luttes anti-carcérales. We also opened the show commemorating the passing of Ed Mead.…
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This is our Prisoner Justice Day Special. It features audio from people who would have spoken at the Montreal PJD event, which was cancelled due to weather conditions. You will hear from Wendy Bariteau and Christophe Lewis, who were both scheduled to speak at the Montreal PJD event. Christophe shares audio from a prisoner who talks about a friend o…
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This show features a long news section about a recent class-action lawsuit as well as an interview with Rasheed Stanley-Lockheart, the Reentry Director with the Ahimsa Collective. He is one of the authors of the recently released memo called "The Case for People First Reentry" and our interview focused on that memo. Heads up we downloaded the audio…
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Our first ever Tuesday show! Our schedule has now changed to every other Tuesday night from 6-7pm! As we said on the last episode, we don't normally post shows where the majority of the content is a re-broadcast, but this show also included original audio from the inside. We have been getting calls from Joshua, who is currently incarcerated at Rivi…
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We don't normally post episodes where the majority of the content is re-broadcasts from other shows, but this one includes new audio from inside correspondent Muti Ajamu-Osagboro. It is a short piece from him about experiencing the wildfire smoke from Quebec while imprisoned in Pennsylvania. The rest of the episode is a re-air from CFRC Kingston's …
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Conversation between artist Jakob Jakobsen and curator Lisa Rosendahl about Jakobsen's contribution to the exhibition After Monoculture, which is closing on Sunday 18 June. Jakobsen's work seeks to make visible the violent roots of contemporary Western mental health care focussed solely on the individual, searching instead for collective approaches…
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This episode featured an interview with Tommy Bassio, who is incarcerated in Archambault prison in Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, Quebec. He talked to us about a report he co-authored with other prisoners called The Archambault Report 2.0. We also aired an interview with someone from the Barton Prisoner Solidarity Project in Hamilton Ontario about a rece…
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Today’s show focuses on the demands of prisoners in Block 8, organizing against racism and ableism inside Kenora jail. The majority of those incarcerated in Kenora jail come from the surrounding Indigenous communities. We speak with Trish, who through the Prison Project has been supporting and amplifying the voices of those organizing in Block 8. T…
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This episode features audio from a book launch that happened in Montreal on March 14, 2023. The launch was for the book 1312 raisons d'abolir la police by Gwenola Ricordeau. The event was hosted by Étienne Simard from Revue Ouvrage. Gwenola Ricordeau, Jessica Quijano from Defund the SPVM, and Malina May and Adore Goldman from the Comité Autonome du…
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This show featured audio from an interview that Kiteline Radio did with Jarrod Shanahan about his book called Captives: How Riker's Island Took New York City Hostage. We share this audio in part because of a news story in Montreal. In December, newspapers in Montreal announced that the province will be building a new prison for women on the island …
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This episode features Gita Madan from Education not Incarceration in Toronto talking about the school to prison pipeline. Gita is a teacher in the Toronto school system. Education Not Incarceration (ENI) is a team of youth, students, parents/ caregivers, educators, researchers, journalists, and community organizers in Toronto who have come together…
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Decided to put up a show from our archives on the podcast. Enjoy. It's from February 27, 2015. At the time, we would record live and download our episodes from the CKUT archives so there's a bit of the jazz show's tail end at the beginning. Our show starts at 1m16s! This show featured two live interviews – one with Soffiyah Elijah of the Correction…
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This show features a bunch of new audio from Muti Ajamu-Osagboro that we recorded between August and October 2022. We also air a new podcast from a Montreal org called DESTA Black Community Network. The podcast is called Stories from the Inside Out and you can listen to it directly from DESTA here: https://directory.libsyn.com/episode/index/show/52…
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This episode features a long interview with Ardath Whynacht. Ardath teaches at Mount Allison University and wrote the book Insurgent Love: Abolition and Domestic Homicide. In the interview, we took a deep dive into questions the book brings up such as what is the difference between intimate terrorism and other kinds of intimate partner violence, wh…
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Today on the programme, we share with you a book launch event that took place at Ausgang Plaza earlier this month on May 3rd. The book is titled “Delivrez-nous de la prison Leclerc! un temoignage de l'interieur” and is by author Louise Henry, published by Ecosociete. It is about women provincial prisoners who were transferred in 2016 from Maison Ta…
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This show features Matthew, who is currently incarcerated at Riviere des Prairies prison on the island of Montreal. He shared news with us about the situation in RDP two years into the covid 19 pandemic. After that we heard from authors of the book Disarm, Defund, Dismantle: Police Abolition in Canada, which just came out with Between the Lines pre…
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Today's interview features Jeri, the coordinator of Open Door, a program run by the Montréal-based group Communitas. Open Door is an independent community integration program, and supports people both during and after incarceration. Jeri shares all about Open Door's 20-year legacy, including about the publication of their anniversary book, and what…
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This show featured an interview with Naomi Berlyne who is a founder of the Write On! Project. The group writes letters to prisoners and has recently published data on what they have learned about the prison system from their letters. This show also featured audio from this episode of Kiteline Radio: https://www.kitelineradio.org/podcast/288-when-ho…
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This show featured audio from three prisoners. First up we featured audio from Muti Ajamu-Osagboro, an inside correspondent from Pennsylvania. He read a speech he gave as part of a one day conference called Freedom: Land & Abolition that happened in November 2021. Then we spoke with Christophe Lewis, whose blog freedomisamust.net has been featured …
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Today we are featuring audio from a talk that happened in Montreal on Sunday December 5th. The talk was called Insurgent Love: Abolition and Domestic Homicide. The talk featured Montreal based Black feminist community organizers and researchers Marlihan Lopez and Nathalie Batraville interviewing white feminist writer and organizer Ardath Whynacht. …
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This show features an interview with Melissa Munn, an academic and prisoner justice activist who runs the website penalpress.com. The penal press refers to publications made inside prisons, which Munn has been digitalizing and putting online. The show also features a news update about Christophe Lewis, a Black prisoner in Quebec whose blog has been…
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This show featured the story of Lucas, a prisoner currently incarcerated at Bordeaux Prison on the island of Montreal. Lucas tells us about experiencing constant lockdowns at Bordeaux, filing grievances to figure out why the lockdowns were happening, and then getting roughed up by the guards as a result of his willingness to push back against the s…
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Today's show features an update from a prisoner in Bordeaux, a provincial prison on the island of Montreal. In the piece, he talks about the situation in his sector, where prisoners have been locked down the majority of the time since March 2021. He reads two responses from the administration to complaints he has made about the lockdowns and the la…
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This episode of the Prison Radio Show commemorates the 50 year anniversary of the Attica Prison Rebellion & those who died in this massacre. It opens with a short news piece about the situation in Bordeaux Prison on the island of Montreal then moves into the Attica commemoration. This show pulls texts from the Attica Prison Uprising 101: A Short Pr…
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