The NV-CURE IB Newsletter No. 40 will come out in a new style in February of 2020.
Due to financial concerns, we have had to go to a new magazine style for our Newsletter with the assistance of a magazine publisher. All NV-CURE Members will continue to receive our Newsletter as part of their Membership in our non-profit organization. This Magazine Newsletter will be published on a monthly basis.
The new publisher will print all of our articles in a magazine style and will be paid for by advertisers in the magazine. The magazine with our articles and advertisements will be sent to all of our members, including those in the community, and to various other persons and organizations involved in the criminal justice reform movement. We are awaiting approval to have copies of the magazine sent to the libraries at all NDOC facilities. It is a work in progress and we will all see how it goes.
We realize how important our news is to our members, particularly those on the inside. Be patient and we will see how it goes.
Nevada Cure needs you! We need support for financing our Newsletters with news from the prisons in Nevada. The Nevada Cure Informational Bulletin is currently the only newsoutlet for (and by some of) the prisoners in Nevada.
With the sheer inhumane conditions prisoners have been enduring in Nevada, spreading the word about what goes on inside is essential: the public, the representatives of the people, needs to stay informed of human rights abuses, but also of opportunities for rehabilitation, injustice cases, etc.
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The NV-CURE Book Drive for ESP was completed on 4/2/16. The Icelady brought the books she gathered in the North down to William in Vegas. William combined them with the books-gather in Vegas. Laurie drove the books to Ely and delivered the books (13 boxes of paperback books) the Associate Warden at ESP.
Congratulations people and a big that you for the help – particularly to Icelady, William and Laurie. Good job done. The guys in solitary, and those who are forced to share a cell with another man for long hours per day, will appreciate them.
Our next goal for our book drive will be the women’s prison, FMWCC.