Letters to Prisoners

Superior Save the Kids organizes twice monthly meetings to be in solidarity with people behind bars. No experience necessary! Bring your questions and a pen. Look for us in the main part of the library, past the atrium to the tables at the back.

Why Letters to Prisoners? Writing letters puts us in touch with mass incarceration and what it means rather than allowing us to look away from the system which is built on racial and economic injustice. Writing letters is a political act of solidarity rather than one of charity. It is one part of Save the Kids larger work of ending the school to prison pipeline, and a part of the larger work of movement building. But again, no prior experience necessary!

Happening twice a month:
every second Tuesday at 7:00 pm and
every fourth Saturday at 12:00 pm
Updates on our Superior Save the Kids Facebook page.

Cost: FREE

Age: All Ages


Second Tuesday until Aug. 14, 7-8pm; Fourth Saturday until Aug. 14, noon-1pm

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