Please enjoy the March edition of Radio Seeds, with music removed for copyright purposes. This month we focus on the new Ruby Unit at the Adelaide Women’s Prison, and hear the voices of the women incarcerated there.
Radio Seeds is produced by Seeds of Affinity, a support group of, and for, women of lived prison experience.
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The Adelaide Women’s Prison is at capacity which means many women have to stay at the Holden Hills police holding cells, which are not equipped for lengthier periods of incarceration. Linda talks to Michelle about why this is happening and how we, as a society, should be responding.
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Our own Radio Seeds broadcaster, Christine, has spent much of her life battling drug addiction which has led to her serving multiple short prison sentences. The last time she was arrested she knew “that was it” – turn her life around or spend years more of her life behind bars. Here’s her story.
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In this month’s show we showcase the personal story of one of our own broadcasters, Christine, who has successfully exited the revolving prison door. Linda highlights the very real problem of overcrowding in the Adelaide Women’s Prison and Michael Frances from the Hutt St Centre tells us about a new program to provide long-term support for people experiencing homelessness.
We hope you enjoy the show.
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