Listen to our March 2020 program, with music removed to comply with copyright requirements. The team talked about the need for funding services, International Women’s Day, gave a shout out to Tabitha’s writing in @IndigenousX and said goodbye to a good friend.
Linda and Michele talk about the value of prisoner radio, and the background of Radio Seeds.
What is Seeds of Affinity, the organisation that produces Radio Seeds?
Listen here to learn more about this incredible organisation, run by and for women of lived prison experience.
Here’s the full edition of the first episode of Radio Seeds for 2020
An overwhelming number of women in prison have been affected by family and domestic violence, either as a child from their parent(s) or as an adult from an intimate partner.
In this piece, Linda and Michele argue that many women in prison are incarcerated as a direct result of being survivors of domestic and family violence.
They discuss the complete failure of the state, to provide adequate support and protection to women in these situations.
If you, or a loved one, are affected by domestic or family violence you may find the resources at this link useful ReachOut.com
A frank discussion about the prison industrial complex .
Locking people up lines the pockets of too many people.
After many royal commissions, coronial inquiries and court cases nothing is changing in the ways the system favours those already in power.
We must demand better!