Prison Radio

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The Prison Radio Project is a San Francisco-based radio and activist project that produces the commentaries of several prisoners considered to be political prisoners, most notably Mumia Abu-Jamal. Multiple radio stations across the United States broadcast these commentaries. The project's political aims include analyzing the prison-industrial complex and attempting to present a more humanistic view of prisoners to the public.

Alongside the Prisoners of Conscience Committee, the Prison Radio Project also sponsored a birthday celebration rally for Mumia Abu-Jamal. [1]

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