Join director Kelly Duane de la Vega, executive producer Anne Devereux-Mills, and film subject Mike Romano, director of the Justice Advocacy Project at Stanford Law School (formerly Three Strikes Project) for a special screening of the award-winning documentary film, THE RETURN. This event will kick-off THE RETURN PROJECT's State(s) of Reform Tour, which will bring a screening of … Continue reading Free film screening on May 11
The first-annual Social Justice and Libraries Open Conference is an unconference-style event for library workers and students focused on dismantling structural oppression. We work to theorize, strategize, and operationalize ways for libraries to empower people and ideas. We believe in critiquing power structures, working for justice, and building community in our field. Participants are encouraged … Continue reading Join Books to Prisoners on Saturday, May 14
Stop by our book sale on Saturday, May 21. All books are $1!
Meet our Volunteer of the Month: Bev!
April 17-23: Join activists across the country to divest your community from private prisons.
Read an interview with our Volunteer of the Month for March, Catherine: "It's always heartbreaking to get a letter from someone in solitary. Even being fairly introverted, I can't imagine being completely alone for 23 hours a day. "
Come to Left Bank Books on Tuesday, March 8 for a presentation about the ongoing struggle against prisons as well as a discussion of specific practices of prisoner solidarity.
Donate books on the Shoreline Community Campus during Winter Quarter.
Join the Seattle community on January 25 for a film screening to mark the 2016 Trans Prisoner Day of Action and Solidarity.
"The greatest satisfaction is filling a request that you feel could be life changing, where an inmate is looking for a book that can start them on a new career or help them heal."