A quick discussion on the importance of International Women’s Day and where abolition and prisoners’ rights fits with feminism.
We have to be careful of the narratives we use when we’re talking about children of prisoners, and not buy into the negative stereotypes of women who are mothers in prison.
This conversation is a response to an article in the Sunday Mail (Adelaide)on Sunday 24th Feb 2019.
Here’s our full show with music removed to comply with copyright law.
Features the “Imagining Abolition” documentary produced at the 2018 Sisters Inside conference, a discussion on media representations of mothers who are also prisoners and a review of the play Matriarch: A story of four generations of salt water women. Enjoy!
Apologies for the lateness of the November show, we have a new admin helper and will be back on track in 2019!
Seeds sat down for a chat with John Flack from Pathway Community Centre in Modbury to chat about community food programs and Rose from Nana’s Free Food Basket, a community food project running out of Semaphore.
Mental health Social Work forum
Social workers on mental health and criminalisation
Emma Williams Social Worker
Fiona speaks to Emma Williams, a social worker from MOSAIC services.
Adelaide Women’s Prison Visits
The ladies from Seeds went into the Adelaide Women’s Prison to listen to what some of the women have to say…
Shoutouts from Adelaide Women’s Prison!
Making Changes at AWP
Making changes is a program run at the AWP, here the women from Seeds speak about their experience with it
And here’s the whole show!
Again, apologies for the delay.
If anyone can offer their blogging services we’d greatly appreciate it!
For now – here’s the content from our October Show
Both Christine and Fiona have recently gone back to prison – but as program providers, bringing their lived prison experience to enhance their delivery. But how did it feel to go back inside?
Seeds of Affinity have made so many public appearances lately, it’s hard to keep track.
Adelaide Women’s Prison Radio Project
In September Charlotte, Heather and Christine began a radio project in the Adelaide Women’s Prison, to produce audio materials aimed at supporting new arrivals. Here’s how it’s been going so far.
Prison Chaplain Frances Bartlett joins us to talk about her work, supporting all prisoners regardless of their faith
And here’s the whole show
Apologies for the lateness of this post – but here’s the links to all of the content from our September episode.
It’s so busy at Seeds of Affinity and Radio Seeds at the moment that we’re going to have to cut a few ‘podcasting’ corners for a while!
Each month, we’ve been keeping you up to date with changes at Adelaide Women’s Prison, and bringing you messages from some of the women in the newest part of the prison, the Ruby Unit. The way the prison operates seems to be changing really quickly at the moment, and we’ll keep you posted. For now, here are some of the thoughts of the women who were living in Ruby unit a few weeks ago.