Paul and Abe Bobman host the show, which will feature our regular action news round-up, a report on the recent Pelican Bay Prison hunger strike including a broadcast from political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal, a reading of a communiqué from the anti-capitalist initiative Bay of Rage distributed at a prison abolition and anti-austerity action in Oakland and an interview with Chris Heneghan, co-founder of the Windham Harm Reduction Coalition, a non-profit organization in Willimantic, CT whose mission is to make a difference in the lives of injection drug users, commercial sex workers, their families and their partners by offering compressive harm reduction services in accordance with the principals of harm reduction. Original air date: 7-26-2011.
This HPH show focuses on the struggle for sex workers rights. Listen-in to learn some history and basics of the movement, as well as music from Candye Kane and Mariko Passion. In the second part of the hour we have an interview with Kate D’Adamo who works with the New York City chapter of the Sex Worker Outreach Project, SWOP-NYC. Original air date: 6-28-2011