April 25th: Immigration Enforcement and Jail Expansion/Inmigración y Cárcel Expansión en el Condado

Please join us for a conversation examining the relationship between Immigration Enforcement and the connection to organizing efforts in San Mateo County to defeat the $160 million dollar jail expansion plan. The event will look at lessons learned  from Contra Costa County, where organizing against immigration enforcement helped win the fight against a new jail. The event will provide participants with opportunities to plug in to organizing efforts in San Mateo County.  Help us win the fight against jail expansion and come get involved!

The Links between Immigration Enforcement and Jail Expansion in San Mateo County

Thursday April 25th
7:00PM-9:00PM
Sequoia High School
1201 Brewster Ave., Redwood City

Light snacks will be provided

Están invitados a una conversación examinando la relación entre inmigración y los esfuerzos en el condado de San Mateo para vencer la expansión de la cárcel que le había de costar al condado 160 millón de dólares.  El evento examinará lo que aprendieron en el condado de Contra Costa, donde los esfuerzos y la campaña contra inmigración, ayudaron en la pelea contra una nueva cárcel.  El evento le dará a participantes la oportunidad de involucrarse en esfuerzos contra inmigración y contra una nueva cárcel, aquí en el condado de San Mateo. 

La Relación Entre Inmigración y Cárcel Expansión en el Condado de San Mateo

Jueves, 25 de Abril

7:00 PM- 9:00 PM
Sequoia High School
1201 Brewster Ave., Redwood City

Se servirán aperitivos

Speakers Include/Presentadores:

  • Claudia Jimenez: Contra Costa Interfaith Supporting Community Organization (CCISCO)
  • Emily Harris: Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB)
  • Grisel Ruiz: Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC)

With questions contact/Con preguntas, comuníquese con: Grisel Ruiz at gruiz@ilrc.org, 415-255-9499 ex. 474, or Emily Harris emily@curbprisonspending.org or 510-435-1176

Event Sponsors/Patrocinadores de Evento:

Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB), Contra Costa Interfaith Supporting Community Organization (CCISCO), Critical Resistance, Immigrant Legal Resource Center, Stop the San Mateo Jail Coalition, & United Parents Committee – San Mateo Chapter.

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