Want to learn more about prison abolition? Looking for a place to explore concepts of information accessibility and how it fits into larger conversations of collective liberation? Excited to discuss ways to collectively offer support as direct action to address violence caused by mass incarceration? Join the club (literally!).
PLSN is collaborating with Bluestockings Bookstore to host an abolition book club – with monthly discussions centering around books you can buy at the store. We will provide a space for conversation, self-reflection, and discuss how the readings fit into PLSN’s mission. Our first meeting we will discuss Mariame Kaba’s new book We Do This ‘Til We Free Us. https://bookmanager.com/8604649/?q=h.tviewer&using_sb=status&qsb=keyword&qse=MsyLPnlFY3_caJZMVhq77w
The Prison Library Support Network is an
information-based collective founded in 2016 to support incarcerated people. We do this by organizing networks for sharing resources and building community around prison abolition in libraries, archives, and other knowledge-based institutions. For more information on who PLSN is and what we do check out our website (https://plsn-nyc.tumblr.com) or follow us on social media @plsn_nyc (Instagram & Twitter)
Attending the book club is free but any and all donations made go to supporting the amazing worker-owned Bluestockings Cooperative.
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