"Come, Let Us Reason Together" featuring author and activist Michelle Alexander

We hope you can join us for this great event that CURB is co-sponsoring in Compton this Thursday.

Thursday, May 10, 2012 4:00 pm — 7:00 pm

Come, Let Us Reason Together: Faith Communities Confronting California’s Criminal In-Justice System

Download the event flyer.

New Philadelphia AME Church
19100 South Susana Road
Compton, CA 90221

4:00 p.m.: Four simultaneous teach-ins on four topics
5:00 p.m.: Meet and greet with light refreshments
6:00 p.m.: Main Presentation with Professor Michelle Alexander

Co-Sponsors Include:

ACLU of Southern California
All Saints Church Pasadena
A New Way of Life
Archdiocese of LA – Office of Restorative Justice
Bend the Arc (formerly the Progressive Jewish Alliance)
Brotherhood Cruscade
California Families to Abolish Solitary Confinement
Californians United for a Responsible Budget – CURB
Cecil Murray Center for Community Engagement – USC
Center for the Empowerment of Families
Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice – CA
The Committee for Racial Justice – Santa Monica
Drug Policy Alliance
Families to Amend California’s Three Strikes – FACTS
Friends Committee on Legislation – CA
Homeboy Industries
Islamic Shura Council of Southern California
LA Progressive
Los Angeles Urban League
Progressive Christians Uniting
SEIU United Long Term Care Workers – ULTCW
Register online at Center for the Empowerment of Families
www.cafaithaction.org/alexander, by email at admin@cafaithaction.org or by telephone at (213) 625-0149.

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