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Press Release – Prisoners Justice Day 2017 Broadcast

CPR c/o CFRC Radio
Lower Carruthers Hall
Queen’s University
Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6
http://CFRC.ca

*PRISONERS JUSTICE DAY BROADCAST*
*AUGUST 10, 2017*

*For Immediate Release*

KINGSTON, ON – On Thursday, August 10, CFRC 101.9fm presents its 9th annual
broadcast for Prisoners Justice Day, remembering all those who have died
behind bars. For the first time, this broadcast will be shared by CJAI
92.1fm, Amherst Island Radio.

2017 marks the 43rd annual Prisoners Justice Day, which began in
commemoration of Eddie Nalon, a prisoner who bled to death in the
segregation unit of Millhaven prison on August 10, 1974. More than 4
decades later, upwards of 200 prisoners die in custody each year in Canada
alone.

From 5-8pm on August 10, CFRC 101.9fm will air interviews, news, features
and memorials about prisoners and prison conditions. From 8-10pm, tune in
for messages and music requests by and for prisoners and their loved ones
and supporters. The broadcast will be simulcast on CJAI 92.1fm and
streamed online at CFRC.ca.

Listeners are invited to contribute requests, messages and comments by:

MAIL: 

CPR c/o CFRC
Lower Carruthers Hall
Queen's University
Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6

EMAIL: cfrcprisonradio [at] riseup [dot] net

PHONE: 613-329-2693 to record a message or 613-533-CFRC [2372] live during
the program

For more information, visit CFRC.ca or Twitter.com/CPRkingston

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Media contact:

cfrcprisonradio@riseup.net
613-329-2693

 

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Request for Information: Simple Jail Remedies

CPR is currently working with a Holistic Health Counsellor to produce a radio show specifically geared towards educating prisoners about simple remedies for common health ailments. We are looking for feedback from folks inside to have a better understanding of what to cover in this show. We are collecting responses until the end of March, and we are hoping to air a radio show on this topic sometime in April. Please share this with anyone else inside you think might be interested.

1. What are the most common health issues of the prisoners you know? (ex: diabetes, chronic pain, digestive upset, high blood pressure, cancer, cold/flu, first aid, etc)

2. What remedies do you know of people using for health complaints in prison?

3. Is it possible to access any culinary herbs and spices for medicinal uses? Which ones? (ex: fennel, lemon, cinnamon, garlic, ginger, thyme, rosemary, etc).

4. What kinds of natural foods and teas can be purchased from the canteen? (ex: green tea, chamomile tea, black tea, honey, nuts, yoghurt, etc).

5. Do you have access to any garden space to grow medicinal plants such as culinary herbs and spices?