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 Prison Radio Show 
 Regular Show
 David,a volunteer with Circles of Support and Accountability, or OsSA; Rabbis Eric Weiss and Jon Sommer from the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center.
 Prison Radio CKUT  
David, from CoSA, a program for recently released prisoners run by the Quakers' Friends Service Committee in partnership with the Church Council on Justice and Corrections, discusses his experiences as a volunteer with CoSa. He also draws connections between the Circles of Support and Accountability program and Quaker-led movements for penal reform. For more info on the prison justice work led by the Quakers, visit Outside people can support recently released prisoners through other organizations, such as Communitas (for open door circles on Tuesday evenings), CSRQ (for francophone circles) and CSJR (for offender/survivor meetings). Links to these groups will be posted on our blog Next, rabbis Eric Weiss and Jon Sommer of the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center go over their work providing support--spiritual and otherwise, to Jewish (and occasionally non-Jewish inmates) who are incarcerated in San Francisco and surrounding area. They will also talk of some of their experiences doing what is sometimes referred to as "chaplaincy" work in prisons and Jewish perspectives on incarceration. You can find out more about the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center at

 Prison Radio July 27, 2018 Download Program Podcast
01:00:00 English 2018-07-27
 CKUT 90.3 FM, Montreal, Que.
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