Filed under: Incarceration, Interviews, Political Prisoners, Radio/Podcast, Repression
Long running abolitionist radio and podcast show Kite Line, presents an interview with Isaiah Willoughby.
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This week, we share Isaiah Willoughby’s story. He’s been on the show before, talking about his incarceration due to actions on behalf on the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020. Today, he walks us through the events leading up to and after his arrest, including the police murder of his neighbor in Seattle and his participation in the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest. Willoughby details hazing by guards, being placed in isolation, and other discrimination he has faced while inside, which he feels is directly related to his arrest as a BLM protester.
Our previous episode with Isaiah is here.