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  • Indigenous Voices 07/18/06

    Hosts: Meredith DeFrancesco and Rhonda Frey
    Guests: Denise Altivater, Chair of the Sipayik Criminal Justice Commission and a member of the Passamaquoddy Tribe; Jamie Bisonette, Director of the American Friends Service Committee’s Criminal Justice program in New England; Spiritual Elder Arnie Neptune, of the Penobscot Nation and his partner and wife Jane Neptune.
    Topic: The Sipayik Criminal Justice Commission, the reasons for its formation and the conditions experienced by tribal members in jails, prisons and the judicial system
    The medical neglect and other conditions prisoners are subject to
    The law enforcement conduct,
    The problem with drug abuse and nearly non-existent treatment, inadequate defense council and racism
    How the commission is working with spiritual elders to bring in the traditions of native people into the jails
    Contact info:
    Denise Altwater, P.O. Box 406, Pleasant Point, Perry, ME 04667, 207-853-2317
    American Friends Service Committee: fsc.org, search key word “Wabanaki”

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    Published on July 18, 2006 · Filed under: Indigenous Voices;
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