We Changed the Venue – Now Join the No New SF Jail Rally!

Thanks to the quick action by members of CURB’s Action Network, we successfully got the venue of the meeting changed to a more community-friendly location!!

Say NO to a New Jail in SF!

Help us get the word out on Facebook or by sharing the Environmental Impact Flyer.

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On March 2nd from 6-8pm, Sheriff Mirkarimi and staff from the Department of Public Works will be hosting a public meeting on the environmental impact of the $278 million dollar jail plan at the Community Assessment and Service Center (CASC).

Plan on joining us at 5:30pm at 850 Bryant in front of the Hall of Justice for a rally and march to the CASC before the 6pm meeting.

The CASC is around the corner from the 850 Bryant jail, at 564 6th Street in San Francisco. RSVP here.

Bring banners and signs and your best examples of the environmental impacts that jail and incarceration has on your life and your community.

San Francisco needs real solutions to public safety, housing, jobs, education, mental health care, not more of the same failed policies that harm our community. Justice is won when we build a future of opportunity for everyone, not more jails.

Let’s pack the house and show how strong San Francisco’s opposition is to this controversial replacement jail proposal. And spread the word (on Facebook or by sharing the Environmental Impact Flyer), it’s coming up quick!

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