In their Left and the Law segment, Jan Haaken and Mike Snedeker talk about
the tragic impact of the pandemic on prisoners in Oregon and California.
Among the hottest spots for Covid-19 now are prisons. Twelve people have died
on San Quentin's death row, not from lethal inje...
Denise Morris Hosts this episode of the Old Mole which includes:
Police Reform: Bill Resnick talks with Seemab Hussaini with the Council on
American Islamic Relations and Brown Hope about the work of the Portland
police reform network. They discuss why police reform is s...
The Lane County Jail Hunger Strike is over for now, the longest faster having
gone 46 days without solid food. This week on Prison Pipeline we will start
by talking with a member of Lane County Mutual Aid about the Hunger Strike
and the prisoner's demands. The strikers wer...
Adam Carpinelli interviews musician Jeremy Young with Soundfly about their
most recent project: Behind the Bars: A Week Dedicated to Music In, About,
and From Prisons. This special editorial series exclusively features content
that covers music initiatives and recordings fr...
En este programa hablamos sobre el apocalipsis climático y los devastadores
incendios que arden en la costa oeste.
La Comisión Nacional de Derechos Humanos en CDMX es ahora la Casa de
Refugio “Ni Una Menos”. y el Consejo Indígena y Popular de Guerrero -
Emiliano Zapata lle...
Karen James speaks with Biff Chaplow from Beyond These Walls, a Trans led
organization that offers a number of programs to support LGBTQ prisoners in
Oregon and Washington. Beyond These Walls manages a COVID-19 Hotline
(503-329-9740). They collaborate with other community...
This week on Century: Canada’s chief public health officer, Doctor Theresa
Tam, on decriminalization of drugs; Professor Edwin Lindo, JD, on police
brutality; and Professor Lisa Puglisi, MD, on prisons and Covid.
This week on Century, we hear portions of a webinar organized by the Fortune
Society on “Brutality Behind Bars: Accountability for Corrections Officers,
Too," featuring Jai Diamond, New York City Criminal Justice Agency;
Assemblyman David Weprin, Chair of the New York State...
Adam Carpinelli interviews the wife of a member of Uhuru Sasa, an
African-American Cultural Club based at the Oregon State Penitentiary in
Salem, Oregon. The club's mission is to develop the members through
culture, vocation and education.
En este programa escucharás una actualización del movimiento en contra de
la brutalidad policial en Portland a 67 noches de movilizaciones diarias.
Conoce algunas de la historias de las personas que se encuentran en
detención en NWDC con La Resistencia y la campaña #Libe...