Bay Area Anti-Prison Happy Hour – June 25th!

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Join CURB members, allies, friends and other anti-prison activists at our upcoming anti-prison happy hour mixer.

We will meet, share stories from these past exciting months, hang out and affirm our ongoing fight to end the caging of our communities!

Let’s celebrate our collective work and build our movement!

Bay Area Anti-Prison Happy Hour

Wednesday, June 25th from 6-8pm
SomaR Bar
1727 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland
SomaR Bar is providing the space and 15% of bar proceeds to benefit CURB. There will also be an awesome raffle to raise funds for CURB. We will have a series of autographed books, donated by amazing authors who write about the prison system and much more!SomaR bar is located at 18th and Telegraph, close to the 19th Street BART stop and other transit.

Member organizations, staff, interns, and community members will be at the event and would love to talk more with you about our work fighting to reduce the number of people locked-up in California.

Download the Bay Area Anti-Prison Happy Hour Poster!

Can’t make it to the event?  You can still make a donation in solidarity!

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