May 2014 Political Prisoner Birthday Poster
May 03, 2014
From the Chapel Hill Prison Books Collective:
1) Here is the political prisoner birthday poster for May. As always, please post this poster publicly and/or use it to start a card writing night of your own.
2) It’s not too late to plan a noise demo outside a prison or jail near you that holds women captive for Mother’s Day. Mother’s Day began not just as a day to honor mothers, but as a day for mothers to express solidarity with one another and against the wars that left widows and orphans impoverished. Check out last year’s call for noise demos for inspiration.
3)The Mysterious Rabbit Puppet Army reprinted shirts from their hit show What Are Prisons For? and donated them to us to help raise funds. The shirts come in red with black writing. They’re printed on Tultex brand shirts that are 100% sweatshop free. They are $20 , but sign up to become a Prison Books Sustainer and get one for free. To order the shirts donate twenty dollars or more OR sign up to be a sustainer, then email us at prisonbooks (at) gmail dot com with your size and the address where you would like the shirt sent to.
Every single dollar received goes to mailing packages of books to prisoners. We rely solely on donations for our operating expenses, which primarily include the cost of postage for mailing packages. We are currently spending over $200 a week on postage alone, and are in desperate need of support.
4) Be sure to check out the latest Political Prisoner/Prisoner Of War every-other week update by the NYC-Anarchist Black Cross. There are lots of important updates on many political prisoners.
Until Every Cage Is Empty,
The Chapel Hill Prison Books Collective
May 2014 Political Prisoner Birthday Poster was published on May 03, 2014
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