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Regular Show
Max Siegelbaum, an independent journalist who co-founded the website Documented; Helen, from The Certain Days Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar.
 Prison Radio CKUT  Contact Contributor
Oct. 26, 2018, 10:02 a.m.
The website that Max Siegelbaum co-founded focuses on issues facing immigrants in New York City. A couple weeks ago Max broke a story about the Canadian Pension Plan's investments in private prisons in the US. We talked to him about that story, about ethical investing, and about where else the CPP is putting their money.

Then our interview with Helen from The Certain Days Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar project. Great project and a great interview.

Website for Certain Days:

Mailing address for Certain Days:
Certain Days
c/o QPIRG Concordia
1455 de Maisonneuve West
Montreal, Quebec
H3G 1M8

Places to buy The Certain Days Calendar in Montreal: Insoumise bookstore; Concordia COOP bookstore; Le Frigo Vert; QPIRG Concordia; Euguelionne Feminist bookstore.

Finally, we’ll be airing audio from a demonstration that took place on Sunday October 21 in Montreal against the International Corrections and Prisons Association conference. This conference was hosted by Correctional Services Canada and has been happening all week at the Marriott Hotel on de la Gauchetiere in downtown Montreal. They only know one way to act: build more prisons and have stricter enforcement inside. What's new, hey? This is why we have to keep fighting for prisoners rights. First them, then us, the citizens who stand by and stay silent. Stand up and DO SOMETHING!

Prison Radio October 26, 2018 Download Program Podcast
01:00:00 1 Oct. 26, 2018
CKUT 90.3 FM, Montreal, Quebec
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