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Prison Radio Show
Regular Show
Catherine Latimer, Executive Director of the John Howard Society; Kelly Little Hernandez, professor in History and African Studies, UCLA; Mumia Abu Jamal, author and political prisoner
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July 13, 2018, 10:02 a.m.
Catherine Latimer discusses how new laws in Canada as well as the use of police intelligence reports are being used to deport landed immigrants. She uses the governments case against Vincenzo DiMaria to make her point. Kelly L. Hernandez talks of past and present state colonialism in the USA. Mumia Abu Jamal uses excerpts from his book to show how slave trade in colonial times was state allowed, enforced and driven. This file also contains numerous news reports and an eclectic range of music.
CKUT Prison Radio Collective.

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01:00:00 1 May 25, 2018
CKUT 90.3FM Montreal, Quebec
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