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The Thread: a podcast against mass incarceration

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MISSION: To create a national organ that weaves together the most politically-advanced organizers in the movement against mass incarceration, through which we can explore and unite our strategies, tactics, and histories.

Latest Episodes

Episode 2: Reform vs. Revolution, Methods for Transformation, & Getting Political on the Inside

EEPISODE 2: July's episode of The Thread features interviews with Maya Schenwar, author, activist, and the editor-in-chief of Truthout, as well as the second part of our interview with Kinetik Justice, a leader of the Free Alabama Movement. Maya talks extensively with Matt about how to approach prison and criminal justice reforms. They discuss the long-term vision of transformation from a system of isolation, confinement, and marginalization to a new vision for justice that would include rebuilding our communities and restructuring the economy and budgets. Maya (http://www.mayaschenwar.com/)has written for multiple publications including the New York Times (http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/09/opinion/too-many-people-in-jail-abolish-bail.html?_r=), The Guardian (https://www.theguardian.com/profile/maya-schenwar), and is the editor in chief for Truthout (http://www.truth-out.org/author/itemlist/user/45138). She is also the author of Locked Down, Locked Out: Why Prison Doesn’t Work and H...

58 MIN2016 JUL 1
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Episode 2: Reform vs. Revolution, Methods for Transformation, & Getting Political on the Inside

Episode 1: Prison Organizing, Fighting Poverty, and Electoral Politics

EJune's episode of The Thread features interviews with Kinetik Justice, the leader of the Free Alabama Movement and the recent Alabama prison strike, and Cheri Honkala, the founder of the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign and former Vice Presidential candidate. Kinetik Justice is currently incarcerated at Holman Correctional Facility [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holman_Correctional_Facility], and because of his involvement with the prison strike, is being held in solitary confinement [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odcsxUbVyZA]. Kinetik gives an incredibly detailed look at how they went about organizing the prison strike, the networks created within the State prison system, and the reasons for their strike. They also talk about the predecessors to the strike and what led to the current organizing. For more information about Kinetik Justice and the Free Alabama Movement, check out their homepage [https://freealabamamovement.wordpress.com/]. You can also read their Freedo...

66 MIN2016 JUN 1
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Episode 1: Prison Organizing, Fighting Poverty, and Electoral Politics
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Latest Episodes

Episode 2: Reform vs. Revolution, Methods for Transformation, & Getting Political on the Inside

EEPISODE 2: July's episode of The Thread features interviews with Maya Schenwar, author, activist, and the editor-in-chief of Truthout, as well as the second part of our interview with Kinetik Justice, a leader of the Free Alabama Movement. Maya talks extensively with Matt about how to approach prison and criminal justice reforms. They discuss the long-term vision of transformation from a system of isolation, confinement, and marginalization to a new vision for justice that would include rebuilding our communities and restructuring the economy and budgets. Maya (http://www.mayaschenwar.com/)has written for multiple publications including the New York Times (http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/09/opinion/too-many-people-in-jail-abolish-bail.html?_r=), The Guardian (https://www.theguardian.com/profile/maya-schenwar), and is the editor in chief for Truthout (http://www.truth-out.org/author/itemlist/user/45138). She is also the author of Locked Down, Locked Out: Why Prison Doesn’t Work and H...

58 MIN2016 JUL 1
Comments
Episode 2: Reform vs. Revolution, Methods for Transformation, & Getting Political on the Inside

Episode 1: Prison Organizing, Fighting Poverty, and Electoral Politics

EJune's episode of The Thread features interviews with Kinetik Justice, the leader of the Free Alabama Movement and the recent Alabama prison strike, and Cheri Honkala, the founder of the Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign and former Vice Presidential candidate. Kinetik Justice is currently incarcerated at Holman Correctional Facility [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holman_Correctional_Facility], and because of his involvement with the prison strike, is being held in solitary confinement [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odcsxUbVyZA]. Kinetik gives an incredibly detailed look at how they went about organizing the prison strike, the networks created within the State prison system, and the reasons for their strike. They also talk about the predecessors to the strike and what led to the current organizing. For more information about Kinetik Justice and the Free Alabama Movement, check out their homepage [https://freealabamamovement.wordpress.com/]. You can also read their Freedo...

66 MIN2016 JUN 1
Comments
Episode 1: Prison Organizing, Fighting Poverty, and Electoral Politics
the END
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