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Public Hearing Rules Changes for Segregated Housing

Wednesday, September 07, 2005
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Event Type:
B. Cayenne Bird
Location Details:
In the Water Resources Building Auditorium, this is just a few blocks from the Sacramento Capitol

1416 9th Street at N St

You can print the flyer in English and Spanish from the links on this page at the website

United for No Injustice, Oppression or Neglect

to attend and speak out against changes in ad seg rules which include extending review time to 90 days. This means minimum time in the "hole" would automatically be at least 100 days. There are other horrors in these proposed rule changes that we need to rail against

Family ties will be cut, lawsuits delayed and mental illness made more severe. The hole is a cruel place to be and no human being should ever be tortured in this manner let alone for months and years at a time!

Worse, CDC has already put this horrible cruelty into effect under the guise of "emergency regulations." It's going to take a major outcry to get this reversed. That means hundreds of us need to show up.

Afterward, please attend a press conference to support a lawsuit against employees of four prisons who tortured and medically neglected Inmate Mark Grangetto who is dying in the Corcoran SHU where he is unlawfully housed. This lawsuit will benefit every inmate

September 7, 2005, 10 a.m.
Water Resources Auditorium, 1416 9th Street at N St, Sacramento, California
Public Hearing & Press Conference

Greyhound Bus Depot is only blocks from the Water Resources Building at 9th St. and N. Rapid Transit bus service is available as well.

This will be the sixth lawsuit the UNION has supported against CDC since September, 2004.

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B. Cayenne Bird, UNION - P.O. Box 340371, Sacramento, Ca. 95834-0371
- We are only as strong as the NUMBER of people who respond to our calls to action. Get online with us and help with simple work writing, protesting, recruiting, voting
You are needed and this is the way to reform!

If you have a ride or need a ride to this important event email Nobody can do your share of the protesting for you. A crowd is needed to take a stand against changes in the rules

We will have lunch in the Capitol cafeteria a few blocks away and walk the legislative halls to show our numbers after the hearing. If you have a ride or need a ride and can share gas, please email right away

Added to the calendar on Fri, Sep 2, 2005 10:53PM
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