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Dear Supporter,

 RSVP for “A World Without Walls”

Don’t forget to RSVP for our event this Saturday, November 8th from 7-9pm at LACAN, 838 E 6th St. Los Angeles, CA 90021.

“A World Without Walls: Community Conversations on Carceral California” comes out of a project between Californians United for a Responsible Budget and the American Studies Association to create dialogue between scholars and community activists on issues of race, gender, carceral state violence and more.

We have an exciting line-up of distinguished panelists including: Ruthie Wilson Gilmore of CUNY, Kelly Lytle-Hernandez of UCLA, Priscilla Ocen of Loyola Law School, Dylan Rodriguez of UC Riverside, Dennis Childs of UCSD and Damien Sojoyner of Scripps College. We’ll also be joined by community activists from Los Angeles Community Action Network (LA CAN), Youth Justice Coalition, and Dignity and Power Now. For more information, click here.

Can’t make our event? Join us after for our Anti-Prison Mixer!

Where: Los Angeles Brewery Company, 750 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90014

When:  Saturday, November 8th from 9:30 pm – close

Check out our Facebook event for more info. To join us you can take a 10 minute walk from the event, park on the street, or bring $7-10 to park in a parking lot in the back of the venue.

I’ll be there to join other scholars and activists in conversations on carceral California and I hope to see you too!

Thank you,

 Sarah Haley, 

Assistant Professor of African-American Studies and Gender Studies,  University of California, Los Angeles

P.S. Bring your kids! Child care will be provided on site from 7-9pm.

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