Community Meeting Against the San Mateo Jail

Community Meeting Against the Jail
Join us TODAY, Thursday February 28th for an evening community meeting in Redwood City. Come out to learn more about the campaign to fight the jail in San Mateo, hear from residents about the negative impact a new jail will have on our community and discuss ways to plug into the fight.
Stop the San Mateo Jail Community Meeting
Thursday, February 28th
7-9pm
Sequoia High School Cafeteria
1201 Brewster Ave in Redwood City
(right by Sequoia CalTrans station)Light refreshments will be available.
Please RSVP to Roger at roger@criticalresistance.org
Questions: 510-444-0484
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