Prison Radio
Mumia Abu-Jamal

In 1992 Prison Radio began recordings from the state dungeon at 

Huntingdon Pennsylvania. If you walked in on us you would have thought 

you were in the control booth of a funky radio station. We did good work together, so good in fact that NPR asked us to share our work with them until they got scared off. 

But Prison Radio has done far more than passed me the mic, it has given us the haunted voices of jailed juveniles  incarcerated kids those who are truly rarely heard It has also the story of women behind bars for example aids patients and survivors at the women’s dungeon in Chowchilla, California 

In short Prison Radio has brought you the voices of those behind the walls The fasting growing public housing development in America. For this and its other works it deserves your generous 

financial support.