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Radio Goethe

Wednesday 5:00 am to 6:00 am
Wednesday 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Music from Germany, Austria & Switzerland

A diverse non-commercial music mix from Germany, Austria and Switzerland, including independent and unreleased music in all genres. Including old Kraftwerk and Faust to more modern electronic music from the current Hamburg and Berlin scene, to medieval music, rock, Industrial, EBM, pop music...

http://www.radiogoethe.de

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2014-12-10
Breaking the Cycle: Education Behind Bars
Int'l Human Rights Day Preempt note: Ramy Essam concludes aprox 2:20
Access to education as a human right.

In an excerpt from Breaking the Cycle: Education Behind Bars from SFPiRG and the SFU Women's Centre, Shoshana Pollack (Coordinator of the National Inside-Out Program, Wilfred Laurier Uni) speaks about the program, which connects students from outside prisons with students inside prisons.

http://www.insideoutcenter.org/
www.sfpirg.ca/events/breaking-the-cycle-education-behind-bars/

Since the early 1990s when Correctional Services Canada discontinued accredited university programs people in prison have had to rely on expensive correspondence programs, inadequate libraries, and other hard to come by resources in order to further their knowledge while serving time. However, education is regarded as the single most effective prevention against re-offending, providing people in prison with improved self-esteem, communication skills, & greater employability prospects upon release.

Music: local musician and prison activist, Kathleen Yearwood

CJSF broadcasts on Unceded Coast Salish Airwaves.
For our Int'l Human Rights Day schedule and archives, visit bit.ly/IHDCJSF2014