Jul 22, 2020
This podcast was a mini series that was published last summer about the history of Prisoner Justice Day. This is the second episode of that mini series, which no longer exists anywhere else on the internet and so we are republishing it here. This episode is an interview with Papi, who spent 29 years in prison in canada. He talks about conditions on the inside in the 1970s and 1980s, including what it was like to be in prison for Prisoner Justice Day back then. He also talks about prisoner resistance and changes implemented by the federal prison system and how they impacted prisoners.