Check out the Mother's Day Video & join us on Father's Day!

Dear Supporter,

Thank you to all those folks that came out to Mother’s Day in May and to the Care Not Cages Art Party this past week. This weekend we are celebrating Father’s Day at the Twin Towers and we want to invite you to join us.

We also wanted to share the amazing video that was pulled together after our Mother’s Day event!

You can share it on facebook and twitter too.

Will we see you on Father’s Day?

Date: Sunday, June 19th

Time: 9am-12pm

Location: Twin Towers Correctional Facility (450 Bauchet St. Los Angeles, 90012)

We will be on the coner of Vignes and Bauchet. We’ll have a photo booth where folks can take pictures to bring to their loved ones. We will also have balloons and a light breakfast to share!

Come take a stand against jail expansion and in support of healthy communities!

In solidarity,

Diana Zuñiga

Californians United for a Responsible Budget

P.S. Can’t come out Sunday? Share the Mother’s Day Event video on facebook and twitter!

 

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