A World Without Walls: An Event You Don't Want to Miss

Dear Supporter,

 RSVP for “A World Without Walls”

I am so excited to let you know about a new project with Californians United for a Responsible Budget and the American Studies Association dedicated to creating dialogue between scholars and community activists.

The kickoff event, “A World Without Walls: Community Conversations on Carceral California” will include leading scholars and activists engaging in a series of dialogues on violence, gender and sexuality, capitalism, youth criminalization, and race within the context of incarceration.

Can we count on you to be there?

What: A World Without Walls: Community Conversations on Carceral California

Where: LA CAN, 838 E 6th St. Los Angeles, CA 90021

When: Saturday, November 8th from 7-9 PM 

Click here to RSVP 

I am looking forward to joining other scholars and activists in conversations on carceral California and I hope that you will participate in what will be an extraordinary night!

Thank you,

Dayvon Williams
Youth Justice Coalition and a member of Californians United for a Responsible Budget


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