Interviews on surviving the Milo Seattle shooting, and helping with a mass escape from a detention center

Just to flag up two new audio interviews that have gone out over the last few days:

Over in Seattle, someone interviewed the Industrial Workers of the World/General Defence Committee comrade who was shot while opposing a Milo talk there. It’s a fascinating interview, well worth listening to.

The Kite Line is a regular radio show from the Midwest, mainly focusing on prison issues, and they’ve just started a three-part series telling the story of a solidarity camp outside an immigrant detention center in Woomera, Australia, that was able to assist with a mass breakout in 2002. You can listen to the first part here.

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