Nov 4th: Locked Down, Locked Out – Bay Area Book Launch & Conversation

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Join us November 4th, for conversation, snacks, beverages, contemplation and celebration, for the Bay Area launch of “Locked Down, Locked Out: Why Prison Doesn’t Work and How We Can Do Better“!

Author Maya Schenwar will read from her book and discuss the impact of prison on families and communities — and how people around the country are taking action to create a world without prison.

CURB will also have two special speakers there!

  • Alex Berliner, new Organizer with All of Us or None a Project of Legal Services for Prisoners with Children, will talk about her experience with having a loved one inside.
  • Emily Harris, Statewide Coordinator of Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB), will speak about the movement to reduce prison populations and close prisons throughout the state of California.

Join CURB members, allies, friends for conversation, snacks, beverages, contemplation and celebration!

Maya interviewed me about CURB for the publication and now thanks to her, all royalties from book sales at the event will go to CURB!
See Michelle Alexendar and Angela Davis’ reviews of the book on our event RSVP.

Can’t make it to the event?  Make a donation to CURB in solidarity!

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