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Appalachian Prison Book Project to host Walk for Justice

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WHAT: Walk for Justice hosted by West Virginia University’s Appalachian Prison Book Project

WHO: APBP, a local nonprofit that sends free books to people incarcerated in six states and facilitates book clubs in a federal prison in West Virginia. 

WHEN: Saturday (Sept. 15) at 10 a.m.

WHERE: The walk will begin at WVU’s Core Arboretum, proceed to the rail trail and conclude at Stansbury Hall. The walk will also have an alternate starting point at the 6th Street entrance of the rail trail for a one-mile walk.

The walk will conclude with an APBP student organization meeting in the Mountainlair Student Union’s Mountaineer Room, with light refreshments and snacks provided by the Department of English.

Free parking will be available for the walk at the WVU Coliseum and Arboretum. Participants may return to their vehicles by way of the PRT. 

iServe hours are available through the WVU Center for Service and Learning

For more information or to register, visit our website.


CONTACT: Katlin Swisher
Eberly College of Arts and Sciences