Monday, February 20, 2006
On Monday, 20 February 2006, we chatted with Mary Ellen Johnson, the executive director of the Pendulum Foundation, about juvenile justice reform and why states lock up children and teens for life. See press release. Ms. Johnson and the Pendulum Foundation are cited in a front-page article on "Teen Crime, Adult Time," in the (19 February 2006) Sunday edition of the Denver Post.
We discussed healing and "restorative justice". An earlier Subversity show dealt with restorative justice in hate crimes: The Quakers (AFSC) have argued for restorative justice in hate crimes; their report is here: www.afsc.org/community/hatecr.pdf.
Monday, February 13, 2006
On our February 13, 2006 show, we aired an interview with performance artist, filmmaker, comedian etc. Kristina Wong, about growing up in a Chinese American family, Catholic school, homophobia, PlayGirl, and Asian models in porn.
See press release.
She is profiled on the front page of the same day's New University,: "Subversive Artist Mixes Fun and Humor with Political Activism".
Monday, February 6, 2006
On our show of Monday, 6 February, 2006, we spoke with UCI graduate student Choi Wai-Kit on the anti-WTO protests in Hong Kong of December 2005, analyzing how the various events progressed and what lessons can be learned from the protests and the strategies employed there.
See press release with links to related resources.