It takes money to deliver the kind of working-class oriented news and analysis that the People’s Weekly World/Nuestro Mundo does.

We are glad to have volunteers who write for and promote our web site (pww.org) — and print editions.

But there’s still a lot of overhead. And we do not get corporate advertising to pay our bills.

It costs close to a million dollars a year to produce the PWW online and in print.

That’s a lot of money for us. May not be for AIG or Bank of America, but for working class people and organizations — it’s a lot.

When you break down the costs, here’s what you get for your donations.

With $10, you are paying for a reporter here in Chicago to get to and from two picket lines or rallies on the subway or bus.

With $25, you are helping to pay for sending a weekly e-mail headline alert to readers.

With $50, you are paying for a complimentary subscription for a prisoner or an international solidarity sub.

With $100, you are helping to pay for postage to guarantee that 250 readers get their subscription renewal notices on time.

With $500, you are covering a year’s dues to enable the PWW to continue being part of the major national labor press organization — the International Labor Communication Association — and benefiting from membership in the labor-focused Press Associates Union News Service.

With $1,000, you are helping to pay for a significant portion of our new PWW web site, the 21st century’s “printing press,” to be launched later this year.

In the first few weeks of May — responding to a letter from the editor, and through May Day/Cinco de Mayo ads, phone banking and local events — you helped raise $30,000! Thank you.

It puts us at $64,135 raised so far in this year’s fund drive — leaving $110,865 to go to reach our $175,000 goal — and that’s just a portion of what it costs to produce the PWW. So don’t delay. Donate today.

Three easy ways to donate:

• Online via PayPal:

www.pww.org/support

• Direct credit card payment: (646) 437-5355

• By check or money order:

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CONTRIBUTOR

Teresa Albano
Teresa Albano

 

Teresa Albano was the first woman editor-in-chief of People's World, 2003-2010, leading the transition from weekly print to daily online publishing and establishing PW's social media presence.

 

Albano has been a staff writer for People's World  covering political, labor and social justice issues for more than 25 years. She traveled throughout the U.S. and abroad, including India, Cuba, Angola, Italy and to Paris to cover the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference.

 

An award-winning journalist, Albano has been honored for her writing by International Labor Communications Association, National Federation of Press Women and Illinois Woman Press Association, including its prestigious Silver Feather Award. Albano combines her passion for social justice with one for swimming.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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