Prison Focus Radio Archives

October 8, 2020 Conversation with Premier Abolitionist Max Parthas, we also hear from Ifoma on surviving covid behind the walls; Prison Focus Mailbox

October 1, 2020 This week we look at forced sterilization of women prisoners; revisit the Agreement to End Hostilities; hear excerpts from booklet The Evil Dehumanizing Practice within the Short Corridor Torture Chamber by Sitawa Nantambu Jamaa & Mutope Duguma; listen to Mwalimu Shakur resisting guard harassment; and the Prison Focus Mailbox.

September 24, 2020 This week we hear info about the Racial Justice Act, a bit of schooling from Mwalimu Shakur, uplift from Malik Washington (Assistant Editor of the S.F. Bayview) and Kevin ‘Rashid’ Johnson (revolutionary, author and activist). Alert on forced sterilization in women’s prisons. PF Mailbox.

September 17, 2020 Final part of the conversation with Paul Redd, political prisoner placed in solitary confinement for his work organizing hunger strikes and speaking out about CDCr human right's violations. Prison Focus Mailbox

September 10, 2020 Nube continues her conversation with Paul Redd, free after 44 years; Comrade Malik sends a message from transitional housing on his first day of “freedom’”; we hear more wisdom and education from Mwalimu; hear a piece from Ifoma on the remembrance of his fallen comrade and friend Musa Mata Johnson; weekly Prison Focus Mailbox

September 3, 2020 Nube speaks with Anthony Robinson Jr about his 2-year anniversary of being free; Paul Redd, signer of the AEH, principal thinker and survivor of 30 years of the torture of solitary confinement, free after 44 years; lastly Mwalimu on inside/outside activism.

August 27, 2020 We finish our conversation with James Abdul Malik Yates; hear an excerpt of an earlier interview from our recaptured warrior friend Jose Villarreal; listen to caged community member Ifoma on the Covid outbreak in Folsom; and air the new PF Mailbox, to be part of the weekly PF Radio program

August 20, 2020 Nube continues her conversation with James Abdul Malik Yates out of Chicago, who managed to derail an unjust mandatory life sentence after 25 years. We’ll also hear from voices on the inside speaking on CDCr’s racist response to Black August and activism on the streets.

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