Local News: Benefit for Prisoners Revolutionary Literature Fund Sunday, December 6, 2009

Posted by: LBattisti_85on 2009/12/5 14:53:41 1485 reads Dramatic Readings of Prisoners' Letters Include:
Brother Said
James West
Parnell Herbert
Philip Brent Sr.
Tim'm West
Jamilah Hoffman
Alejandro Del Fuego

Hosted By:
Ray Hill, Host & Founder of The Prison Show
Parnell Herbert, Community Activist

Speaker: Clyde Young of The Revolutionary Communist Party, USA, and former prisoner himself

Conscious Political Hip-Hop by:
Mansa Musa, featuring Angie Joell

*Please contact us if you are interested in working on, promoting, or contributing your efforts to this event.


Tickets are $15 in advance $20 at the door
All proceeds go to The Prisoners Revolutionary Literature Fund
**Tickets Available at:
Dirk's Coffeeshop
4005 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX
(713) 526-1319

& Mango's
403 Westheimer Rd
Houston, TX 77006
(713) 522-8903

The Prisoners Revolutionary Literature Fund (PRLF) is an educational literature fund that fills requests from U.S. prisoners for revolutionary literature.

The main requests received by PRLF from those behind bars are for complementary subscriptions in Spanish and English to the weekly newspaper Revolution* and for revolutionary and other books, including ones highlighted in the newspaper. Through providing this literature, PRLF provides an educational opportunity for prisoners to engage with world events and key political, cultural, and philosophical questions of the day from a unique revolutionary perspective, including discussions of morality, religion, science, and the arts. Every week prisoners can delve into the urgent and lively news and debate about unfolding political and social struggles, and can critically think about and dissect the current state of society as well as search for an alternative.

PRLF works to counter increasing censorship that seeks to deny prisoners access to Revolution newspaper and the other revolutionary literature requested

Sunday, December 6, 2009
Time: 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: The Ensemble Theatre
Street: 3535 Main St.
City/Town: Houston, TX

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