Sunday, June 26, 2016

Inmates as Guest Bloggers

Sunday, 26 June 2016 - about 6pm PST

I was writing to one of my sons and realized I could publish his writings as a Guest blog here... and the thoughts of others.  No profanity, no objectionable materials, and no editing... what they send gets copied into one blog post.  I am wondering if it would work as a way to reach the public... to share the hearts of inmates and ways to change the system from their viewpoint.  I will have to wait and see what comes in.  If you have any inmates in your family, let them know.  The mailing address for these writings will be ::

Working Together Inc.
Making Prisons Better
PO Box 828
Eugene  OR  97440
United States

I am commenting on social media a lot these days, when I get there and find something to comment on.  It seems Twitter is the bigger market for prison issues, and I am trying to find the different groups involved in prison reform.

My plan to create and distribute a monthly newspaper for inmates is still progressing.  At my income level, I can only plan at this stage.  I hope to make a cost estimate soon... get a general idea of the costs and maybe start contacting those groups that care about inmate issues to buy ad space.  I have contacted Christian organizations in the past, but it seems to be a competitive arena.  I am hoping I will be able to get something started this time...  Subscriptions are the key.  How to make them affordable for the things I want to do.

I am hoping that GOD will finally provide for the needs of Working Together, including Inmate News.

Until next time,  May GOD help us all to become better today than we were yesterday, and better tomorrow than we are today.   :-)

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