The Marshall Project has invested more than any major newsroom in the country in getting our journalism to incarcerated people.
Our print publication, News Inside, is now available in more than 1,300 correctional facilities across the country, a milestone we could only dream of when we founded the publication four years ago.
Since an estimated 60% of incarcerated people have low literacy skills, this year we started a video series, Inside Story, that is now available in roughly 790 prisons and jails.
News Inside and Inside Story are both free resources. It's thanks to you that we can make such great content AND do the work needed to get it to as many people behind bars as possible. Will you contribute today to help deliver more content that people in prisons and jails can't get anywhere else?
Our readers on the inside write often to tell us how these publications make them feel seen, help them prepare for release, and inspire them to start literacy programs behind bars. I've seen worn copies of News Inside that have been passed hand-to-hand across an entire cellblock.
News Inside and Inside Story provide inspiration and hope to our incarcerated audiences by giving them what they've asked for: better access to news and information.
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