Author: radioseeds

I am a journalism and communications academic, community radio enthusiast, and passionate human and animal rights advocate. This wordpress site is now dedicated to the work I am doing with Radio Seeds, and Seeds of Affinity

Port Power community engagement

Recently Russell Ebert, Jake & Kate from the Port Adelaide Football Club joined us for lunch. They regularly support  Seeds of Affinity and are greatly appreciated for the work they do in the local community.

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Stories from our sisters

Hear from two women who are doing their very best to never return to prison, despite the odds being stacked against them.

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Listen to our June 2018 show

Listen to our June show for 2018 where we hear from two sisters who are forging a new life on the outside, against all odds. We also interview Aussie Rules legend Russell Ebert and hear from members of the Port Adelaide Football community engagement team, and discuss the current housing crisis facing women exiting prison. AND hear shoutouts from women incarcerated in Ruby Unit at the Adelaide Women’s Prison.

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Art and Healing at the Alice Springs Correctional Centre.

The Kunga Stopping Violence Project is a through-prison support organisation in Alice Springs for Aboriginal women. One of their services is a four week trauma-recovery workshop, for women getting ready to leave prison. In this story the Kunga women at Alice Springs CC speak about the importance of art to their recovery and journey forward.

The latest news from Ruby Unit, AWP

We report from the Ruby Unit at Adelaide Women’s Prison and speak to the latest group of women living there, in the prison’s newest unit that opened earlier this year and is special-purpose designed to be non-smoking and programs oriented. How have things changed since last time we visited? Linda, Chris and Mel talk about how is the prison coping with current overcrowding issues and their concerns about housing women on remand in watch-houses rather than prison.