Come and make art with LA No More Jails!

Dear Supporter,

This weekend we wanted to invite you to an Art Making Party organizing by the Los Angeles No More Jails Coalition.

Will you come make art with us on Saturday? ArtParty-copy

You’ll also get a chance to get up to speed on where things are at with the jail fight and find more ways you can help us stop LA County’s dangerous plan to expand the world’s largest county jail system.

Join us this weekend!

When: Saturday, March 26th from 2-5pmwith political education starting at 3pm

Where: Chuco’s Justice Center (1137 E. Redondo Blvd. Inglewood, 90302)

All materials are free of charge, just bring yourself and be ready to slay some jails!

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