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|California Network for Revolutionary Change: 2nd Statewide Conference|
|Date||Saturday January 17|
|Time||9:00 AM - 4:00 PM|
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127 Main St.
Salinas, CA 93901
Systemic Change against the New Jim Crow!Added to the calendar on Wednesday Jan 14th, 2015 1:30 PM
Social and Environmental Injustices, Economic Disparities, Police Brutality, Coordinated Organizing, and much needed healing will be discussed.
Brown Lives Matter; East Salinas Men Killed by the Salinas Police Department in 2014: Angel Ruiz, Osman Hernandez, Carlos Mejia-Gomez, Frank Alvarado, and Jaime Garcia.
No Monterey County Grand Jury HERE!! Not EVEN A Review!! We need a special prosecutor to deal with police brutality----SPD Stands CONVICTED!!
There is no transparency!! No justice!! As Salinas stands as an example of the New Jim Crow...Californians will gather to develop strategies to bring about systemic change to an unjust system of oppression.
We are urging all those who attended our October founding convention as well as social justice fighters across the state to make every effort to attend our Second Conference in Salinas on January 17, 2015. As California and the nation remain focused on police deadly force and the corruption of the "justice" system, we urge you to attend and bring others as we unify groups and leaders and plot a course to unearth the roots of injustice.
CNRC Founder Luis J. Rodriguez will be presenting a major report and all participants are urged to bring their ideas, proposals and experience to share with other Network members and supporters. In addition leaders of the struggle against police violence in Salinas including Frank Alvarado, Sr. --whose son was gunned down by Salinas police-- City Councilmember Jose Castaneda and teacher/labor activist Ana Barrera will be present with an update of the local situation and its relation to California as a whole."