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Program Information
 with Antonia Baker, Jill Chettiar, Ashley Turner & Rob Block
 Regular Show
 Antonia Baker, Jill Chettiar, Ashley Turner & Rob Block
 Jaggi Singh  
 For non-profit use only.
Our June 7, 2007 show features interviews with activists in Houston, Vancouver and Toronto.
Produced and hosted by members of No One Is Illegal in Montreal. 514-848-7583 -- --
BACKGROUND INFORMATION about our June 2007 show:

The Canadian House of Commons has passed, and is debating, a whole series of �tough on crime� bills. Some of these proposed laws are supported by the opposition NDP, such as mandatory sentencing. Together, they contribute to Canada�s burgeoning Prison Industrial Complex.

On this month�s No One Is Illegal Radio, we speak with ANTONIA BAKER of the Prisoners Justice Action Committee (PJAC) in Toronto about the new crime and prison laws, and the movement to oppose them.

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Also on this month�s show, we hear about grassroots resistance to the 2010 Olympics that will take place in Vancouver and Whistler, British Columbia.

There have been several disruptions of Olympic-related events in Vancouver, in support of anti-poverty and indigenous sovereignty movements: an Olympic ceremony was disrupted, the Olympic flag was stolen, and a Vancouver Olympic Organizing Committee official was symbolically evicted from this office.

On this month�s show we speak with JILL CHETTIAR, an organizer with the Anti-Poverty Committee (APC) of Vancouver, about the campaign against the upcoming winter Olympic games.

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Coinciding with anti-G8 mobilizations in Germany, June 4, 2007 marked a Global Day of Action for Freedom of Movement, in support of migrant rights. Demonstrations were held in Rostock, Germany and other locations in Europe.

In Houston, Texas, members of Sin Fronteras attempted to block the Houston Processing Center, and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention facility in North Houston. Two protesters were arrested.

This month on No One Is Illegal Radio, we talk with two members of Sin Fronteras in Houston who participated in the action: ASHLEY TURNER, 18, a collective member of Sedition Books and an activist with the Anarchist Black Cross; and ROB BLOCK, 23, who is active with Houston Indymedia and The Alarm.

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Antonia Baker - Part 1 (Toronto)  00:19:36  128Kbps mp3
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Antonia Baker - Part 2 (Toronto)  00:12:40  128Kbps mp3
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Jill Chettiar (Vancouver)  00:20:54  128Kbps mp3
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Ashley Turner (Houston)  00:09:20  128Kbps mp3
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Rob Block (Houston)  00:12:32  128Kbps mp3
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