Noelle Hanrahan is an investigative journalist and the director of Prison Radio, a project of the Redwood Justice Fund. Since 1992 she has been producing Mumia Abu-Jamal’s radio commentaries. In 1994 she recorded and placed the commentaries of Mumia Abu-Jamal with National Public Radio’s premier news program All Things Considered. The essays were censored at the behest of Senator Bob Dole and the Fraternal Order Police. A graduate of Stanford University, where she designed her own major in Gender, Race, and Class Studies, Hanrahan lives in Northern California with her daughter Miranda.