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Micah White from Adbusters join us where we talk about culture jamming, Buy Nothing Day, and Carnivalesque Rebellion Week.
At the end of November, there is a week held aside for Carnivalesque Rebellion, which features Buy Nothing Day. This is an international week of resistance to the corporate culture that would have us all on hamster wheels. This is a week wherein all people are encouraged to reclaim their lives, dream big, and create action that supports a new way of engaging with one's life.
With Joe away, Abe tackles the Pope's reversal on condom use and the state of modern sexual politics
In a stunning reversal of decades of dogma, Pope Benedict has declared that condoms can be used to control the transmission of HIV under certain circumstances. Specifically, if you're a male prostitute. Those Catholics who are neither male nor inclined to prostitution are still out of luck.
The editor and founder of Salem-News, Tim King, told us about his investigation of the William Coleman case. Our conversation explored racism at OSP, and in Oregon. You can read more articles written by Tim at www.salem-news.com or you can e-mail him at tim@Salem-News.com. His reports are thorough, well done and diverse.
Enjoy the holidays and thank you for listening to Prison Pipeline.