"Not Enough Sage." Credit: Dr. Kimberly Robertson
19 Apr 2019

Beyond Prisons: Native Feminisms feat. Dr. Kimberly Robertson

Kim Wilson interviews Dr. Kimberly Robertson on her work on Native feminisms and practices, making art to generate knowledge, and more.

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Credit: Erica Caines / Liberation Through Reading
11 Apr 2019

Beyond Prisons: Message From Liberation Through Reading

A message from Liberation Through Reading about an upcoming event in Philadelphia on April 13th from 12PM-4PM, gifting Black children with free Black books.

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03 Apr 2019

Beyond Prisons: Rachel Herzing On Political Education

Rachel Herzing joins the Beyond Prisons podcast for a conversation on transformation and her work with the Center for Political Education.

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Image adapted from "Shadows" by kdigga on Flickr
27 Mar 2019

Freelance Journalists: Open Call For Submissions In April

Shadowproof is seeking pitches from journalists or writers for publication in April. We list several subjects we would like to pay journalists to cover.

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These are actual tiny child handcuffs used by the US government to restrain captured Native American children and drag them away from their families to send them to boarding schools where their identities, cultures and their rights to speak their Native languages were forcefully stripped away from them. (Photo: US government)
27 Mar 2019

Mass Incarceration Since 1492: Native American Encounters With Criminal Injustice

Critical accounts of police abuse and mass incarceration overlook structural violence visited upon Native peoples for centuries, and how it relates to and differs from Black peoples’ experiences.

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Credit: Taylar Nuevelle
22 Mar 2019

Beyond Prisons: Taylar Nuevelle On Knitting In Prison

Taylar Nuevelle joins Beyond Prisons to share her love of knitting, the space it created for her while in prison, as well as how it was used to punish her.

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19 Mar 2019

Alabama Prisoners Associated With Anti-Violence Program Put In Solitary, Launch Hunger Strike

Eight Alabama prisoners in solitary confinement have gone on hunger strike. They’re part of Free Alabama Movement and/or linked to anti-violence program that was shut down by Alabama Department of Corrections.

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Kinetik Justice-Amun. Photo by Free Alabama Movement
13 Mar 2019

Alabama Prison Officials Won’t Say Why Prison Strike Leader Is In Solitary Confinement

Alabama prisoner Robert Earl Council, who has faced retaliation for organizing incarcerated workers for years, is in isolation after he was transferred.

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12 Mar 2019

Connecticut Could Be First State To Curb Blanket Discrimination Against People With Criminal Records

Connecticut could become first state in United States to prohibit blanket discrimination against people with criminal records.

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Connie Grier
04 Mar 2019

Beyond Prisons: Pennsylvania Prison Policy Targets Educators & Volunteers (feat. Connie Grier)

Connie Grier joins Beyond Prisons to discuss a new policy in Pennsylvania prisons targeting materials brought in by educators, religious practitioners, and others.

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