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The two primary mechanisms to contribute are to Contact Us and discuss sponsorship opportunities or to purchase any books by Middle Street Publishing. Sales of MSP books directly support MSP and all of their many worthwhile endeavors (including PrisonEducation.com). If you want to directly support Chris, he has books available for sale through online retailers such as Amazon.com. You can visit his Amazon Author's Page by clicking on the following link:Prison Legal News (PLN), a project of the Human Rights Defense Center. Prison Legal News is, according to their website, "an independent 64-page monthly magazine that provides cutting edge review and analysis of prisoner rights, court rulings and news concerning prison-related issues." We love Prison Legal News and the amazing work they regularly engage in. In fact, PrisonEducation.com lead contributor Christopher Zoukis is also a Prison Legal News contributing writer.
Does PrisonEducation.com connect directly with prisoners or only advocate for prisoners and prison education?
If you are looking to support another organization which interacts directly with prisoners, then you should take a look at Prison Legal News (PLN). Prison Legal News is a monthly news magazine which focuses on prison law and prisoners' rights. If you know someone in prison, do them a favor and order them a subscription to Prison Legal News. They have been delivering useful, important news to prisoners for a long time and such a gift will be appreciated - and probably shared by many.
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Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, several articles that have been published at PrisonEducation.com and prisonerresource.com are sent out through this free news network. Articles are curated to be as much of interest to an incarcerated audience as possible, and usually number between 3 and 5 articles per update. These articles are distributed at no charge three times a week to all incarcerated individuals who add PrisonEducation.com to their email list.
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