Prisoners Literature Project

PLP will be at the Oakland Book Festival – Sunday, May 22nd

May 2016  |  Published in Latest News

oakbookThe Prisoners Literature Project will have a table at the Oakland Book Festival this Sunday, May 22nd at Oakland City Hall.

If you’re in the area, come say hi & check out the festival – there’s lots of interesting panels, with with more than 90 journalists, novelists, historians, poets, editors, critics, artists, philosophers, and memoirists in over 50 discussions on labor, immigration, drug trafficking, gentrification, censorship, prisons, restorative justice, wealth and inequality, policing, agricultural production, education, glass ceilings, civil disobedience, altruism, activism, and freedom.

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