The Insurgent mails out the newspaper to hundreds of prisoners across the country, and many of those prisoners respond with simple or complex asks, often for their essays to be transcribed, for their art to be uploaded and shared, or for additional newspapers. The Insurgent will need help processing and responding to these requests in the coming weeks. This project is in its growing phase, so patience with the process is appreciated, as is any expertise or advice. If you are interested in assisting in responding to and processing these letters and essays, whether you have experience corresponding to prisoners or not, please contact the Insurgent staff, and they will connect you with the other people working on this project. As we struggle to build a different world, we must constantly dismantle the obstacles standing in our way. By amplifying the voices of incarcerated people, we can understand the power and mechanisms of the State that keep them in bondage. Their world is often one of abuse, trauma, and struggle, and it is always distressing to know these struggles in a more personal way, but each story from incarcerated people that can be shared is a victory. The horrors people face while incarcerated by the State need to always be brought into the public eye, and the Insurgent hopes to help in this endless task.