In this week’s ExPO hour, Jerome Dillard and fellow ExPO workers Aaron Hicks and Carl Fields stray from the usual topic of prison reform to address the ongoing injustice and indignity of the police shooting of Jacob Blake and others suffering at the hands of police violence against Blacks.
On Wednesday, July 29, WORT will broadcast a forum on criminal and carceral justice issues with state Senate candidates competing to represent Madison in the upcoming August primary. The forum is presented MOSES, a Madison-based non-partisan interfaith organization that works to promote social justice with a focus on ending mass incarceration. Candidates who will […]
In this month’s edition of the ExPO series, Jerome Dillard talks with Tamra Oman, a human services program coordinator (the first Peer Role in a correctional setting in Wisconsin) at the Wisconsin Resource Center; a mental health treatment facility classified as a prison, and her 17-year experience advocating for criminal justice reform.
In this month’s edition of the ExPO hour, Jerome Dillard talks with Anthony Cooper and Zondia Hadberg from the Focused Interruption Coalition. Their organization provides crisis response to youth, adults and families experiencing a traumatic violent incident and provide post incident peer support by Certified Peer Specialists. They specialize in hospital-based violence intervention and work […]
Jerome Dillard from Ex Incarcerated Persons Organizing (ExPO) talks with Ramiah Whiteside, Barron Walker, and James Morgan about their problems, ideas, and solutions to re-integrating persons released from prisons into the community.
Brother Eugene and compatriot Melissa offer a program of discussion and music that speaks of peace, love, and unity and brings an awareness of uplifting people of all walks of life, including those people who are currently incarcerated and those people who are formerly incarcerated.