this interview was originally aired as the feature on the Daily GRRR! - Waves Through Walls: Anti-Prison Radio edition on the January 11th day of action for Idle No More. Alex was trown in the hole for a week a day later.
This is an interview with imprisoned anti-colonial anti-capitalist alex hundert, undertaken on january 10th 2013 and he talks about the one day fast himself and others on his prison range were undertaking in solidarity with Cheif Theresa Spence as she started her 2nd month of hunger strike.
"We were to undergo our hunger strike also in solidarity with Spence and the Idle No More Movement and some of us will still be undertaking a 24 hour fast on January 11thwith that in mind. We invite others outside this prison to join us.“
the song at the end of the podcast is a new one from The Mahones - The Revolution Starts Now!
alex's article on this issue is available here: http://alexhundert.wordpress.com/2013/01/07/solidarity-against-capitalis...
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