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SF BlackBrown Equitable Drug Policies Coalition Task Force Meeting
Date Saturday July 12
Time 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location Details
2940 16th Street #209, corner of Capp Street in the "Redstone Building"; Mission District SF 94110

1/2 block from 16th Street Bart Station , bus lines 22, 53, 14, 49
Event Type Meeting
Organizer/Authormesha Monge-Irizarry
WHAT: Task Force meeting of the SF BlackBrown Equitable Drug Policies Coalition

WHERE: ISARC administrative Office, host of the BlackBrown Equitable Drug Policies Coalition, coordinated by mesha Monge-Irizarry,
2940 16th Street #209, corner of Capp Street in the "Redstone Building";
wheelchair accessible

WHEN: Saturday 7-12-08, 2 P.M.

WHY: There is a longway to go on de-prioritization of Marijuana offenses from its ratification to implementation by various SF police precincts especially in Poor neighborhoods of Color targeted for landgrab abd gentrification.
mesha will report on the various precincts not in compliance with de-prioritization.

The meeting will also include a strategic brainstorm towards
public comments this coming Tuesday at the SF Board of Supes. regarding the deportation of AT RISK YOUTH - aka "gang members"
- a violation of Rights - kids are part of the Family Justice System, not the Criminal Justice System -

we can't remain silent on this critical issue -

please bring all info you have so we are well prepared to defend Children/Teens Rights who are ''illegal" (undocumented)

SANCTUARIO STATUS must be inclusive - this is a terrible attack aimed at hyping fear of Raza Youth - the easiest target, kids w/o supportive or informed families, or being abused, especially Hondureños subject to TORTURE upon return to their native country.


Added to the calendar on Wednesday Jul 9th, 2008 11:06 PM

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