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Raze the Walls Burned

Raze the Walls (RTW) is a Seattle based anti-prison collective that has supported prison activists (including PLN), published a prisoner resource directory among other activities. On May 12, 1995, they suffered a big setback when the squatted house they occupied burned to the ground. Not only did they lose their home but they also lost their office space, computer, files, photocopies and everything else associated with the project.

Their recent letter to PLN states in part:  AAt this time we are attempting to replace all of the material that was associated with the project while trying to rebuild our personal lives. This will be a long and difficult process that we hope to have accomplished by August 15, 1995. Until then we will not be able to respond to current, past or future requests. If you have sent us money or stamps, sorry but those were lost in the fire along with your original letter.

RTW can use any donations that folks can afford in order to get their prison support work going again. They can be contacted at: RTW, P.O. Box 22774, Seattle, WA. 98122-0774. (206) 328-8571.

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