PRISON BABY Book Clubs for Incarcerated Women & Girls

Please consider purchasing a copy(s) of PRISON BABY for the Behind Books Not Bars program, bringing PRISON BABY Book Clubs into prisons for women and girls.PrisonBaby GloriaSteinem copy

About the book, PRISON BABY: A deeply personal and inspiring memoir recounting one woman’s struggles—beginning with her birth in prison—to find self-acceptance, proving that redemption and healing are possible, even from the darkest corners.” On Amazon.

Prisons across the country have requested an all-prison book club read of Prison Baby by Deborah Jiang-Stein. Your participation in BEHIND BOOKS NOT BARS will impact women and girls in prisons across the country. It’s simple.

This link takes you to an easy fillable form. We hope you’ll lend a hand. Here’s HOW IT WORKS:

1) Purchase PRISON BABY through Amazon, Indiebound, or Barnes & Noble. Identify your purchase as a gift.

2) Use this business shipping address.
If you copy and paste, please make sure to confirm it’s correct:

BE SURE TO USE THIS EXACT ADDRESS.
DO NOT CHOOSE AMAZON’S DEFAULT ADDRESS SUGGESTION.

The unPrison Project c/o Prison Baby Book Club
8014 Olson Memorial #153
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55427

3) Next, if you’d like to provide a personal message, either enter it on the “gift” area on your book order, or in the fillable form.

4) Your book will be delivered to women in a prison, and we’ll send you a notice of the prison location and estimated date of deliver.

6) We also welcome and are grateful for contributions in any amount, with on-line secure donations via PayPal, or with checks mailed to the same address above.

The unPrison Project is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit.

Thank you for supporting BEHIND BOOKS NOT BARS in this effort to empower, inspire, and cultivate critical thinking and self-reflection with incarcerated women and girls.

Thank you for supporting the unPrison Project, a 501(c)3 nonprofit. Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.

3 thoughts on “PRISON BABY Book Clubs for Incarcerated Women & Girls

  1. Christopher Beall

    Thank you for your story, it inspired me to send a donation and I am sure it will inspire others to do likewise. Good luck with your journey.

    Reply
  2. philip bechler

    AMAZING! You are making a difference, I read your story on line today, not sure where I found the story but very moving. Blessings to you for making a difference one person at a time.

    Reply

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