Just Say No To The New Jim Crow in San Diego

San Diego is really heating up. We are inviting you to work with us in demanding no new prison beds in San Diego and throughout the state!

The San Diego No More Prisons Coalition invites you to take part in a community forum to help us fight against the prison industrial complex and to put a stop to Governor Brown’s plan to construct 792 more prison beds at Donovan State Prison in San Diego.

Check this video out

Just Say No To The New Jim Crow in San Diego : A Community Forum

Date: Friday, May. 2nd, 2014

Time: 6:00-8:00pm

Location: San Diego City College        1529 C St. Rm. MS 162 San Diego, 92101

Be sure to arrive early so you can see a mock Security Housing Unit (SHU) cage that will be installed at the MS building plaza (2-5pm)–  an exhibition offered by California Families to Abolish Solitary Confinement (CFASC).

For more information contact us at sdnomoreprisons@gmail.com.

San Diego needs adequate paying jobs for our communities, not another prison. Please join us on May 2nd!

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