Every Dollar DOUBLED!
For 25 years, Prison Radio has aired the voices of groundbreaking U.S. political prisoners. And we need your help to turn up the volume on prisoners' voices! You can make sure that the radio you want to hear is piped into your living room, streamed onto your phone, and heard world-wide. Thanks to a generous group of donors, every dollar you give between now and December 31 will be DOUBLED! Please join us by making a gift today to ensure that people in prison can produce uncensored, independent journalism on the airwaves.
Open the Airwaves
Prison Radio airs the voices of political prisoners, incarcerated women, trans, and queer folks, people held in solitary confinement, youth serving life sentences, and undocumented activists. Airing the voices of those silenced by the state is no easy task, and we can't do it alone. You make it possible to hear from prisoners like Mumia Abu-Jamal, Kerry Shakaboona Marshall, Lisa Strawn, Jaan Laaman, and over 100 others reporting in the global media. Let's build on our successes even further, and expand the amplification of our recordings!
- Donate $500 or more today and get a copy of Mumia's latest book, Have Black Lives Ever Mattered?, published by City Lights in July, 2017!
- Donate $1,000 or more today and we'll send you a box set of all of Mumia's published books.
Turning Up The Volume on Prisoners' Voices
There is one single reason that we've been able to do this work: people power. Prisoners' testimonies can only be heard on the airwaves when those of us on the outside step up and pitch in. Your contribution today will turn up the volume on incarcerated voices that are crucial to the fabric of democracy.
We’re asking you to step up and bring the voices from inside prisons to our media, classrooms, homes and movements. Let's challenge the U.S. prison system, institutionalized racism and modern-day slavery by humanizing and uplifting the voices of those most impacted. Please join us today with a contribution to strengthen the impact and capacity of Prison Radio. Help us share their stories and shape our media. Thank you!