For the last 10 years, Books to Prisoners has had a home at the University Christian Church; sadly, UCC will be soon selling their property, which means that we need a new space - ASAP! We will likely have to move by September 2018 - if you have any connections or knowledge about available spaces, … Continue reading Help us find a new space!
Because books open doors in prisons: give a book to Books to Prisoners & take a free book of poetry from Open Books!
Join Books to Prisoners at the 2016 Seattle Anarchist Book Fair, held in a new location this year.
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
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. "
Join the Seattle community on January 25 for a film screening to mark the 2016 Trans Prisoner Day of Action and Solidarity.
Shop at Barnes & Noble during December and support Books to Prisoners.
The H.O.P.E. Hoopla is a gathering of local nonprofits that are dedicated to reforming the correctional system. Come to Red Square on the UW campus on November 18, 11-4 pm, to learn about opportunities happening around Seattle!
November 6: Join Books to Prisoners for a panel discussion on prison and reentry work.
Join the National Day of Action to End Solitary Confinement on July 23.