ReFraming Justice

The RFJ Podcast, produced by AFSC-Arizona in Tucson, amplifies the voices of those who’ve been directly impacted by the criminal punishment system and are working to abolish it.

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On this special episode of the podcast—hosted by AFSC-AZ's Nate McKowen—Adrienne Kaye, Antonio Espree, and Danny Howe discuss the myriad challenges formerly incarcerated people face after prison a...
July 10, 2019
Juliana Piccillo and Raquel Velasquez of the Tucson chapter of the Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP), join us for a conversation on the continued criminalization of consensual sex work and explain h...
May 29, 2019
Tuesday Brauer, a leader of AFSC-Arizona’s ReFraming Justice Project, calls in from Phoenix to discuss what it’s like as someone who's formerly incarcerated to lobby state lawmakers for sentencing...
May 15, 2019
James Kilgore, the acclaimed author and expert on the complexities of electronic monitoring, explains why wearing an ankle monitor isn’t necessarily better than doing time in prison. And Tiera Raine...
May 2, 2019
AFSC-Arizona's Rebecca Fealk discusses her groundbreaking report on our state's draconian drug laws and the harm such legislation causes to families, particularly in poor communities and communities o...
August 29, 2018
Pima County Public Defender Joel Feinman tells listeners how elected prosecutors "gave birth to mass incarceration" and why only elected prosecutors "can kill mass incarceration." And Brandon Sturdiva...
August 8, 2018
On our first episode of the ReFraming Justice podcast, Dr. Gámez discusses the genesis of AFSC-Arizona's multimedia storytelling project and her own journey through our system of criminal punishment....
July 22, 2018