The EX-PO Interview is featured on the last Wednesday of the month on the 8:00 Buzz and is produced by Jerome Dillard, State Director of Ex-Incarcerated Persons Organizing. This week he features an interview with Mark Rice from Just Leadership USA, who discusses efforts to close the Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility, the Race to Justice […]
Substitute host Gil Halsted speaks with Jerome Dillard, a lead organizer of Ex-Prisoners Organizing, about advocating for the rights of the incarcerated and the formerly-incarcerated ; and later speaks with Dr. Elizabeth Minnich about her recent book about genocide and how it happens, The Evil of Banality.
In many states, prisoners released from jail after serving their time still are prohibited from voting, whatever the felony they committed. Jerome Dillard from Ex-Prisoners Organizing (EXPO) discusses the issues facing prisoners returning to society. He also talks with Jan about EXPO radio, a low-power radio station, 104.1 FM, in Milwaukee (and available on the internet).
Jerome Dillard talks about EXPO — Ex-Prisoners Organizing, whose goal is to end mass incarceration, eliminate all forms of structural discrimination against formerly incarcerated people, and restore formerly incarcerated people to full participation in the life of our communities.
Jan Miyasaki talks with Jerome Dillard, state-wide organizer for EXPO — Ex-Prisoners Organizing — about issues surrounding parole revocation, including lack of due process, the effect on families and children, and the cost to taxpayers.
Jan Miyasaki speaks with Jerome Dillard, local representative of EXPO, Ex-Prisoners Organizing, and Manuel La Fontaine, organizer of the national Formerly Incarcerated and Convicted Peoples Movement seminar, about issues that affect community and family of former prisoners.