AW@L Radio - 2018-09-07 - Undercover Outed in Hamilton, #PrisonStrike2018, and Why environmental justice activists should fight fascists.

An infiltrator is outed in the Hamilton activist scene and environmental justice organisers are urged to join and expand the fight against fascists forces at home and abroad. Also some #PrisonStrike and #PrisonRadio audio.


Listen to the podcast here: AW@L Radio - 2018-09-07

This episode of AW@L Radio, opens with a cover of The Rebel Spell's It Can't Be Just Me by Jeff Andrews, off of the Rebels Sing tribute album, then we play a recording of Boots Riley giving a shout out to the #PrisonStrike2018.


Dan then reads an article from which revealed the presence of an undercover police officer in the hamilton activist scene. Backgorund music during the read was from Stefan Christoff's Temps Libre album. The article can be found here:


The end of the article mentions the recent publication of info related to a failed infiltration attempt in Toronto of the Mining Injustice Solidarity Network and that write up is available at:


Next up on the show is a Prison Radio clip of a reading of an excerpt of "Capitalism and Slavery" from Mumia Abu-Jamal's new book Murder Inc.


The show closes with a reading of "Why environmental justice activists should fight fascists", which is a new article from longtime organiser Dave Vasey posted on The Media Co-op: