Prisoners Literature Project

PLP’s letters from prisoners – Pt. 2.

January 2017  |  Published in Announcements, Latest News, Prisoner Letters

As we move into 2017, here’s a fresh set of thank-you letters from prisoners. They’re thanking PLP donors & volunteers for their amazing work in 2016, when we sent out over 15,000 packages and 40,000 books for free to needy U.S. prisoners. (Thanks to all for helping us keep up this great work!)

 

 

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