TODAY: Alternatives to Jail Day of Action!

The No New SF Jail Coalition will be holding a day of action TODAY! Join us in a public hearing and rally on Alternatives to Jail Rebuild. This is another opportunity for us to demand San Francisco to invest in the resources that will strengthen our communities, not more cages.

Come out to the hearing, join the rally, and join the fight against a new jail in SF.

What: Press Conference // Public Hearing // “Invest in Alternatives” Rally

When: Today, June 18th – 1 pm // 2 pm // 5 pm

Where: SF City Hall, Room 34 // Room 250 // In front of City Hall

Join us TODAY to make our demand clear: NO NEW JAIL! Let’s demonstrate that alternatives to jails and policing are what our communities really need. See you later!

In solidarity,
Hafsah Al-Amin
California Coalition for Women Prisoners
Member of Californians United for a Responsible Budget and No New SF Coalition 

P.S., Next week, join CURB member organizations in a statewide mobilization against jail expansion in Sacramento! RSVP today!

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