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Rally for Jobs Not Jails
Date Tuesday January 20
Time 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Location Details
Alameda County Administration Building Courtyard
1221 Oak St, Oakland, California 94612
Event Type Protest
Organizer/AuthorMaria Dominguez
Emailmaria [at] ellabakercenter.org
Phone510-285-8245
Demands to the Alameda County Board of Supervisors:

1. Set aside 50% of the County Realignment budget for reentry programs and services.

2. Support the #BlackFriday14 and tell BART and the District Attorney to drop charges and restitution.

3. Follow Supervisor Keith Carson's call for 2015 as the year to attack issues of racial inequality. Protect and invest in Black and Brown lives because they are among the most criminalized, incarcerated, and subjected to violence by law enforcement.

Visit http://ellabakercenter.org/jobs-not-jails-for-alameda-county
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Added to the calendar on Friday Jan 16th, 2015 3:09 PM
§Rally for Jobs Not Jails
by Maria Dominguez (maria [at] ellabakercenter.org) Friday Jan 16th, 2015 5:06 PM
Alameda County Administration Building
1221 Oak Street
Oakland, CA 94612

Please join us on Tuesday, January 20th at the Alameda County Administration building to call for jobs not jails, books not bars, and healthcare not handcuffs for Alameda County.

Our demands:
1. Set aside 50% of the County Realignment budget for reentry programs and services.

2. Support the #BlackFriday14 and tell BART and the District Attorney to drop charges and restitution.

3. Follow Supervisor Keith Carson's call for 2015 as the year to attack issues of racial inequality. Protect and invest in Black and Brown lives because they are among the most criminalized, incarcerated, and subjected to violence by law enforcement.

For more information please contact our local organizers Maria Dominguez (maria [at] ellabakercenter.org, 510-285-8245) or Darris Young (darris [at] ellabakercenter.org, 510-285-8242).
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