Anne-lise and Ani talk about community & individual responses to harm, transformative justice, accountability, safety, support & healing, within and challenging dominator culture.
In the fifth episode of Radio A & A, voices from the inside we interview people who are incarcerated or previously incarcerated.
In this episode we interviewed Damien Linnane about ethics of solidarity when working alongside people in prison.
Damien Linnane was sentenced to two years imprisonment in late 2015 for crimes that were described as an act of vigilantism. He wrote a crime novel, Scarred, in custody, and has had several articles on the prison system published since his release. He is the host of the podcast Broken Chains, which focuses on the experiences of the incarcerated and prison conditions, and is the editor of Paper Chained, a writing and art journal posted to inmates worldwide. A self taught prison artist, he is also the illustrator of the book This Is Ear Hustle. Damien holds a masters degree in Information Studies and works primarily as an archivist.
Monday 27th September 11pm on 3CR 855am
Support Damien’s projects here:
Art Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/embersofretribution/
Online art exhibition: https://newcastle.nsw.gov.au/library/experience/exhibitions-and-events/broken-chains-prisoners-unlocking-potential/damien-linnane-bio
Paper Chained: https://paperchained.com/
Bobby's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freebobbybostic/
Broadcasted on the stolen land of the Wurundjeri people.
Tessa, Heikal, Racerage, Izzy, Lara, Ani, Anne-lise & Rose.