Podcast: Prisons and pandemic

Recognized as torture by Canadian courts, solitary confinement implemented as "safety measure" by the system
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Listen to "The Intersect: Prisons and Pandemic" on Spreaker. On episode 132 of Unpacking the News Pivot Legal Society's Meenakshi Mannoe (Vancouver Prison Justice Day Committee) and Montreal academic and activist Ted Rutland (The Anti-Carceral Group) join host Andre Goulet to discuss decarceration, abolition and the past, present and future of Prison Justice organizing in an era of COVID-19.

This conversation was recorded on July 27th, 2020.

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