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Caravan to Chowchilla Women's Prisons-Bring Our Families Home!

Date:
Saturday, October 20, 2007
Time:
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Event Type:
Protest
Organizer/Author:
Shawna S.
Email:
Phone:
415-255-7036 x314
Address:
1540 Market St Suite 490, SF, CA 94102
Location Details:
Meeting at MacArthur BART at 40th and Telegraph in Oakland, driving to Chowchilla, CA in San Joaquin Valley

JOIN THE COMMUNITY CARAVAN TO CHOWCHILLA WOMEN'S PRISONS


Saturday, October 20th 2007


Bring Our Families Home! Reclaim 15 Billion Prison Dollars for Community Health & Safety!


Stop Prison Expansion and Overcrowding!

Human Rights for Prisoners!

Invest in Our Communities!



Join our caravan in a mass mobilization to the site of the world's two largest women's prisons.

In the Bay Area we will be meeting at the MacArthur BART at 10 am on October 20th and traveling by bus and carpool to Chowchilla where we will hold a march and demonstration. Buses and carpools will be leaving from Los Angeles also. Please call 415-255-7036 ext. 314 or email us at colby [at] womenprisoners.org to get more information and let us know that you will be coming.

Organized by the Coalition for Accountable Health Care:
All of Us or None, A New Way of Life, California Coalition for Women Prisoners, Critical Resistance Oakland, Family Advocacy Network, Free Battered Women, Justice Now, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children, Prison Activist Resource Center, A Time for Change, Transgender, Gender Variant, and Intersex Justice Project, WAYPASS (Women's Aftercare Program & Services)



Added to the calendar on Thu, Oct 4, 2007 8:36PM
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