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 Prison Radio Show 
 
 Regular Show
 Nick Estes,abolitionist and voice for indigenous rights; Ann Hansen, former political prisoner in Canada.
 Prison Radio CKUT  
Today we’ll be airing part of Rust Belt Abolition Radio’s Episode number 19, Rust Belt Abolition Radio is an abolitionist media and movement-building project based in Detroit, Michigan. In this episode, Nick Estes talks about the anti-Indian origins of the carceral state within the US settler colonial project and argues that indigenous liberation offers critical frameworks for understanding how to abolish the state control and abuse.To hear the entire episode or read the transcript, visit rustbeltradio.org.

Next up is a part of an interview with former political prisoner Ann Hansen, whose newest book will also be featured at a book launch in Montreal later this month. This interview was done by the folks at From Embers. In the interview, Ann talks about her recently published memoir, as well as changing prison conditions in the now-closed Prison for Women (P4W) in Kingston and Grand Valley Institution in Kitchener, the importance of relationships with other women in prison, legal and political strategy following Ann’s arrest, the difficulties of telling stories about one's life and other people in it, and more.

 Prison Radio Oct 11, 2018 Download Program Podcast
Prison Radio Show
01:00:00 English 2018-10-11
 CKUT 90.3 FM, Montreal, Que.
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