Outreach: Freethought books project

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Started in 2005, the Freethought Books Project was created by Leslie Zukor while a student at Reed College. Her mission was to send freethought books to prisoners as a response to the abundant religious material and proselytizing found in the prison system and to provide an educational alternative for secular humanist, non-religious, and skeptical prisoners.

In 2013 she asked that the Center for Inquiry take the project over. They are now looking for book donations, volunteers, and pen pals.

Here are ways you can help… Buy a book from the Amazon Wish List, purchase a book from Pitchstone Publishing, donate books to the Center for Inquiry, or send some money.

Their facebook page can be found here.
You can get more information here.

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