Here are seven ways to support people behind bars if you're not near any existing organizations or grassroots groups.
I recently received a letter from a person asking how to get involved with supporting women in prison. The return address was from a small town that takes up 2.4 square miles and has approximately 14,000 residents. As far as the letter writer knew, there were no organizations or even individual advocates working around these issues nearby. The letter reminded me that not everyone is blessed (or cursed, depending on your point of view) enough to live in a city with opportunities to get involved in advocacy or direct support.
So what are some ways to support people behind bars if you’re not near any existing organizations or grassroots groups? Here are seven places to start:
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