Interview with Bobby Binford
Monday, November 23 @ 6:30pm
90.7 FM in Portland or online
at kboo (dot) fm
Please join us tonight for an interview with Bobby Binford. Binford is a native american activist who has been incarcerated for 48 of his 62 years of life including numerous years in isolation. Binford describes incarceration as being “buried alive” and has been fighting for the right to practice his traditional native american religious practice during Covid. As an elder he helps mentor younger incarcerated folks facing life in prison without parole. As an educator he reaches out to folks on the outside to talk about the role that trauma plays in shaping the life of incarcerated persons and the injustice of life without the possibility of parole sentences.
Prison Pipeline is a radio program dedicated to educating the public about the Oregon criminal justice system. Our goal is to present a unique understanding of the criminal justice system, address the root causes of crime, and challenge the status quo. We seek to promote awareness and activism in order to foster a safe, healthy, and just society. Tune in every Monday at 6:30 P.M. to hear our hosts Karen James, Adam Carpinelli, Amy Johnson, Emma Lugo, Doug McVay and Isabelle Sinclar explore the Oregon justice system with a variety of guests.
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