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Prison Professors

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Prison Professors

Michael Santos hosts daily podcasts on Prison Professors to help people und

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At Prison Professors, our team offers strategies and insight for people who want to avoid investigations or get the best outcomes if authorities have targeted them. Michael Santos, our host, served 26 years in federal prison. Learn how to prepare. Contact us at Team@PrisonProfessors.com. For more information, call or text: 949-205-6056.
 
Deepti has a large probably unhealthy obsession with pop culture, especially reality TV. Join her and her friends with equally problematic obsessions analyze the bejeezus out of their favorite shows - Real Housewives, Southern Charm, Summer/Winter House, Family Karma, Vanderpump Rules, Indian Matchmaking, Love Is Blind and more!
 
Welcome to The Prisoner Podcast !!! - Yvonne & John review each of the 692 episodes of the TV show "Prisoner" aka "Prisoner Cell Block H". We review each episode weekly and provide our 'unique' commentary on the episode synopsis and other social exposition of the time! Stay tuned for our Instagram account where you can interact with us! Get ready for the ride of your life!
 
In 1977, Native American activist Leonard Peltier was sentenced to consecutive life terms for killing two FBI agents. Then in 2000, a Freedom of Information Act disclosure proved the Feds had framed him. But Leonard's still in prison. This is the story of what happened on the Pine Ridge Reservation half a century ago—and the man who's still behind bars for a crime he didn't commit.
 
A pebble in the shoe of the Prison Industrial Complex. Notes From The Pen is a modern portrait of American incarceration told, in real time, through a series of fifteen-minute phone calls between two special degenerates on opposite sides of a prison wall. Our website: Notesfromthepen.com Check out our reviews: https://www.podparadise.com/Podcast/Reviews/1518819034
 
First it was a rally at the Department of Justice. Then it was a protest at the DC prison. In September, we went back to the Capitol. And we continue to fight for Justice for J6. The Political Prisoner podcast, presented by Look Ahead America, offers personal accounts and commentary on the events that took place at our nation's Capitol on January 6. We expose the unequal justice in our justice system and how innocent Americans have become targets of their own government. Visit our J6 databas ...
 
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The New Prisoners

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The New Prisoners

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A podcast created to escape the censorship, persecution, and violence that's used to prevent open and honest conversations. Hosted by thenewprisonernumbersix and John Henry with Special Guests. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thenewprisonernumbersix/support
 
EPP Podcast is a production of Enneagram Prison Project (EPP). Hosted by EPP Ambassador Clay Tumey, these raw conversations unpack the amazing journey of EPP over the past decade. EPP is on a mission to help people to understand why we do what we do, using the Enneagram to inspire transformation—on both sides of the bars—through self-awareness, self-regulation, and self-compassion.
 
Prison Yoga Project seeks a cultural shift toward a healing-centered approach to addressing crime, substance use disorder, and mental illness. We honor the human dignity of all people impacted by punitive incarceration by offering trauma-informed yoga and embodied mindfulness to heal trauma and cultivate resilience. Prison Yoga Project Podcast stands at the cross-section of social justice, education, activism, and yoga. We host interviews with yoga facilitators, addiction counselors, mental ...
 
Relationships with someone incarcerated comes with many struggles that include fear, pain , judgement, and obviously restrictions. Thankfully, love is not restricted and love defeats fear. Whether you're a girlfriend, fiancee' or wife join me on this journey of self -discovery, healing , and loving yourself and your man/ woman unapologetically. Let's hold each other's hands and heads up high as we walk boldly and love freely. WE deserve love and happiness. Let's get it.
 
Prisoners of Rock and Roll is a bi-weekly podcast about music, the people who make it, and the almighty, ever-lasting power it has over all of us. We've covered everything from Anthrax to Frank Sinatra, the history of the blues to the history of punk, and from Johnny Cash to the Joshua Tree. We also play clips, discuss music news, and sentence a song every week to The Electric Chair for being terrible. Check us out -- you might learn something! Check us out at www.prisonersofrockandroll.com.
 
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Prison POD

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Prison POD

Valerie L. Cartonio

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Prison POD, P.O. Box 294, Orono, ME 04473 10/15/22 - NEW Website is up. https://prisonpod.org You can also find Season 2 on YouTube! This podcast is for people who are in jail or prison, and/or affected by incarceration. Using Sociology and Peace Studies to: Save Lives, Restore Hope, Reduce Suffering and Recidivism. In March 2022, This program was added to EDOVO tablets (Jail Education Solutions) and is available in correctional facilities across the country in 40+ states. (3/21/23 - NO long ...
 
Welcome. The purpose of this podcast and it's blog is to help educate and empower those who have or had a loved one in prison. Raising awareness one story at a time. Did you know that the chances are very high that someone you know has had a loved one incarcerated? Or maybe you are part of the millions of people in the US population who has had a loved one in the prison system? This Podcast is for you. Indirectly we are all affected, and if you have a loved one in prison you are probably doi ...
 
(NEW! You can now binge all of Season One without the recaps and epilogues. Go to www.storiestovoice.com/fd-listen.) Audio-drama based on a WWII diary written by Natalie Crouter during her internment in a Japanese prison camp in the Philippines. Three weeks after the first bombings of the Philippines on December 8, 1941, Natalie, her family, and 500 civilians were marched at gunpoint to a deserted U.S. military post (Season One: 1941). Thus began their survival story of body and mind from 19 ...
 
The PA Prisons Podcast takes you inside the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections to hear first-hand accounts about the programs and policies in state facilities. Episodes will feature people who work with the incarcerated and reentry populations of Pennsylvania to give you an inside look at corrections in the Keystone state.
 
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No Prisoners, No Mercy

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No Prisoners, No Mercy

Julie Whitefeather & Frances Kosac

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There comes a time, friends, when your favorite MMO ceases to sparkle, when even new videogames lose their luster, and the computer room becomes a prison; and all that is left are two gamers (who happen to be nuns) with a very large axe to grind. Come join Julie Whitefeather and Frances Kosac as they discuss the events in the videogame industry.
 
The Secret Life of Prisons tells the hidden stories from behind bars. Presenter Paula Harriott is Head of Prisoner Engagement for the Prison Reform Trust, having spent time behind bars. Alongside her is Phil Maguire OBE, who has worked in prisons for over 15 years and is the Chief Executive of the Prison Radio Association. Together, they aim to take the bars off prison windows. To shine a light into some of the darkest corners of prisons. The show offers a glimpse into what is, for many, an ...
 
Prisoncast archive 2007 Back in 2007 my friend Brian was nearing the end of his 3 year prison sentence at Miami federal prison for hacking. While he was in prison I setup a special phone number for him to call to record this podcast. The postcast was uploaded automatically after Brian hung up the phone. Eventually one of the prison guards found the podcast online and they revoked his phone privileges which ended the podcast.
 
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Prison Bag

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Prison Bag

Rebecca Lloyd-Evans, Josie Bevan, Alan Hall

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Prison bag is a family story. As the cell door slams on Josie Bevan's husband, windows open to a community that was previously hidden in plain sight. One family's frank and unflinching confrontation with the prison system.
 
Can institutional culture challenge your mental health? What if your job makes you feel shame, sadness, grief, disgust and fear? What if you are expected not to feel? Or you are expected to be relentlessly competitive? What it’s like to live or work in a prison? Does working with people who commit murder, child abuse and rape affect people who work in prisons and the wider criminal justice system? How do people survive and thrive when facing significant challenges to our emotional health ove ...
 
Welcome to our podcast! We have a combined lived experience of more than 35 years inside of the Texas prison system and we are spilling all of the details! About Us: Jennifer (Toonche) is the Project Director for Lioness: Justice Impacted Women’s Alliance. She is a formerly incarcerated woman with a passion for criminal justice reform. Jennifer has been published in The Texas Observer, The Marshall Project and The Guardian. She aspires to use her lived experiences to bring attention to the o ...
 
Clare Aaronson has 29 friends in prison. They are pen-pals scattered across the United States. Some are men, some are women, one could be released in as little as 70 days and some are on death row.Get to know Clare and her friends and learn how you can find your own friends in prison.
 
Email Marketing como nadie antes te lo había contado. Cada dos semanas, Néstor Marquínez publica un programa de entre 5-15 minutos de duración, en el que habla sobre un tema concreto relacionado con Email Marketing... con su particular filosofía No-Prisoners. >> Únete a la Comunidad de Facebook para seguidores del programa en: https://www.facebook.com/groups/NoPrisonersEmailShow >> Recibe un consejo gratuito diario sobre Email Marketing en tu bandeja de entrada: https://www.nestormarquinez.com
 
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Even though Bobby has nothing to do with the prison drama that unfolds in his dream, he must delicately navigate a peaceful resolution to a prison dilemma unfolding in front of him. I love how, with all the stress in this dream, he still manages to keep a sense of humor as well as wanting to bless someone less fortunate. JD gets a new tattoo, and c…
 
In this episode, I visit with Todd Craig, a former Assistant Director, Warden, and Chief of the Office of Security Technology for the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Now the National Security Director for Smart Communications, he is also considered a Correctional Contraband Interdiction Subject Matter Expert specializing in cell phone and drone interdic…
 
Wer von euch beim McDonalds die Pommes ohne Salz bestellt damit sie frisch gemacht werden und dann extra frech Salz bestellt war wohl heute unser Spirit-Animal, denn heute geht's wieder salty zur Sache! Felix hat Avatar 2 im Kino genossen, Paul ist auch auf die Seite der Records Of Ragnarok Sympathisanten getreten und Markus spielt alleine ein unge…
 
If I can't change your mind, then no one will. Catch up with the episode here: https://youtu.be/E6CtTcWlrcE If you dig our dive into "The Prisoner," please support us at Patreon, where you get episodes early with all the unedited banter, as well as live chats from time to time: https://www.patreon.com/podcastiopodcastius We also get into sci-fi fli…
 
In this episode, Gail Jackson speaks with Sandy Inkster about her experiences working as a probation and parole officer, and her work with drumming and sound immersion. Mindfulness Inside: Point of view of a parole/probation officer/certified mindfulness teacher Drumming, gongs and sound immersion: how it helps ground both prisoners and those worki…
 
Babies are born in the Camp John Hay barracks. Nida and Ismael persevere in Baguio under Imperial Japanese rule. The prisoners put on a show ending with surprise gifts from Nakamura. Interned missionaries are taken into Baguio for interrogation by the dreaded Kempeitai. Be sure to follow this podcast to receive notifications when new episodes becom…
 
Laura Hooper is a guide for Enneagram Prison Project. She is also a program manager (and much more) for the project. In this episode, EPP Ambassador Clay Tumey sits down with Laura for a conversation about stress, programming on the inside, and why we serve those who may never have a release date. Also in this episode, we pause to share a few Words…
 
Introducing our new series of JUSTICE where we will explore the experiences of mothers in the justice system - from women who enter prison pregnant and give birth inside, to those who are separated from their children through imprisonment and involvement from social services. With those working on the front line, and those with lived experience, th…
 
The friends you make in prison can help you to survive your sentence, and achieve success when you get out. This week we Sit Down with Nigel and Rony, two of Zak’s friends that he made during his time in prison. All three credit their success in rebuilding their lives on the outside, to the people they’ve surrounded themselves with since their rele…
 
Sara Schairer is a global leader in compassion cultivation and the founder of Compassion It®, a nonprofit organization promoting daily compassionate actions and attitudes. As a senior facilitator of the Compassion Cultivation Training® (CCT) course at Stanford University, Sara has trained audiences worldwide, from Big Tech leaders to incarcerated i…
 
Guest: Phyllis Leavitt Bio: Phyllis Leavitt is a Psychotherapist, with a Masters’ Degree in Psychology and Counseling. She initially co-directed a sexual abuse treatment programs before going into private practice, treating children, families, couples and individual adults for over 30 years. Phyllis is also an author and has written the book A Ligh…
 
Two chicks talk to four men from the Therapeutic Community inside HMP Wymott. They share their experiences of drug and alcohol misuse and the impact this has had on their lives and families as they reflect on their journey through the TC programme, as we explore what it really means to do time. Trigger Warning: This episode references suicide Expec…
 
Kids don’t have to be bad, have bad parents, or live in bad homes to suffer mental health breakdowns, addiction, or incarceration. Everything can change instantly. If it has happened to your family, you know the feeling of losing control and the emotional chaos that comes with it. Lorri Britt, the author of My Heart Behind Bars, said that she felt …
 
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