Saturday: Ending Mass Incarceration Through Justice Reinvestment

Dear Supporter,

Two CURB member groups the California Prison Moratorium Project and the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights are joining forces with a series of Valley organizations to host a special event in Fresno this Saturday, we hope to see you there!

Join advocates, students, & community members for a panel discussion followed by breakout strategy sessions on local & statewide solutions to end mass incarceration through justice reinvestment—moving resources from failed public safety policies to real solutions that create safe, prosperous communities.

Ending Mass Incarceration Through Justice Reinvestment

March 15th, 2014
10:00am
Fresno City College, Old Administration Building Room 251
1101 University Ave., Fresno, CA 93728
RSVP: 559-367-6020 / pmpvalle@yahoo.com

Unase con los estudiantes y la gente de la comunidad en un dialago interactivo sobre el encarcelamiento masivo, despues nos enfocaremos en las estrategias mas eficientes que se puedan poner en práctica en los condados y a nivel estatal- para poder invertir en soluciones eficientes que nos ayuden a ejercer como comunidad.

ACABANDO CON EL ENCARCELAMIENTO MASIVO ATRAVES DE CAMBIAR Y REPENSAR NUESTRO SISTEMA DE JUSTICIA

MARZO 15, 2014
10:00am
Lugar: El Colegio de la Ciudad de Fresno
(OLD ADMINISTRATION BUILDING) Cuarto 251 1101 University Ave., Fresno, CA 93728
Para reservaciones o preguntas en espanol contacte: 559-367-6020 / pmpvalle@yahoo.com
Ya basta, juntos nos organizamos,

 

Debbie Reyes

 

California Prison Moratorium Project and member of Californians United for a Responsible Budget

 

PS. Help us reach our goal of getting 200 people from the Valle to sign this petition!

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