Revolution #207, July 18, 2010

Adopt a Sub, Donate Generously to the PRLF and Urge Others to Contribute

One lesson we have learned over and over in the course of this struggle is how precious Revolution newspaper is to its readers in prison. You can see this in their letters, which literally number in the hundreds. We cannot let their subscriptions to Revolution be cut off for any reason. The Prisoners Revolutionary Literature Fund urgently needs $6,000 to renew hundreds of Revolution newspaper subscriptions. 

The ban at Pelican Bay and Chuckawalla has been all about the attempts of the prison authorities to enforce "mind control" and cut the lifeline that Revolution newspaper represents for many prisoners. A fitting response to the attempt to ban the newspaper is for the numbers of subscriptions to dramatically increase, both in California and nationwide.

There are currently 65 prisoners on the waiting list for Revolution subs in California alone; $2,275 would fund their subscriptions for a full year. $35 covers a one-year sub for one prisoner. If you can, adopt a bloc of subs. 

The Prisoners Revolutionary Literature Fund is in affiliation with International Humanities Center, a nonprofit public charity exempt from federal income tax under Section 501[c](3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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