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by Claire Culhane


Still barred from prison: Social injustice in Canada epub

ISBN: 0920057330

ISBN13: 978-0920057339

Author: Claire Culhane

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Language: English

Publisher: Black Rose Books (1985)

Pages: 196 pages

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Still Barred from Prison book. Claire Culhane was a stalwart in the movement of prisoner advocacy in Canada and her interested shifted to this topic (notably from her opposition to the Vietnam War) in a time when federal corrections was undergoing a serious shift toward professionalization and which was living through a period of violence and unrest. Culhane has become a hero in many circles and inspired a generation of prison reformers. Her impact is still felt today.

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Culhane, Claire,Still Barred from Prison: Social Injustice in Canada, Montréal: Black Rose Books, 1985. Jackson, Michael,Prisoners of Isolation: Solitary Confinement in Canada Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1983. Davis, Angela, An Interview with Angela Davis, Ramparts, February, 1971:22–25. Desroches, Fred, The April 1971 Kingston Penitentiary Riot, Canadian Journal of Criminology and Corrections, Vol. 16, 1974:317–351. Jacobs, James, Stratification and Conflict Among Prison Inmates, The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. 66, No. 4, 1976:476–482CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

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Back in Canada, Culhane protested the war in numerous ways. She filed an official protest with the Canadian government, did a 10-day fast on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, chained herself to a gallery chair in the House of Commons, and camped out for 19 days in the cold with filmmaker Mike Rubbo to distribute anti-war pamphlets during their enough/assez campaign. She also wrote a book, Why is Canada in Vietnam? The Truth about our Foreign Aid, which helped galvanize the anti-war movement.

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Claire Culhane, a social activist for six decades and author of four books, wants us to see these women. Culhane got hooked on prison activism when in 1976 she briefly taught a women's studies course at . Since the 1970s she has been fighting for the rights of women prisoners; before this she was protesting Canada's involvement in Vietnam, union organizing, or doing support work for the anti-fascism fighters during the Spanish Civil War. s notoriously rundown and overcrowded prison farm, Oakalla