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Why does the U.S. have the most people in prison?

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Date:
Friday, October 02, 2015
Time:
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Meeting
Organizer/Author:
Party for Socialism and Liberation
Email:
Phone:
415-821-6171
Address:
2969 Mission St, bet 25th and 26th St, SF
Location Details:
2969 Mission St., between 25th and 26th Sts.

Near 24th St. BART, #14, 49 MUNI

$3 - $10 donation requested, no one turned away for lack of funds.
Refreshments served. Wheelchair accessible.

For more info: 415-821-6171 or http://www.PSLweb.org.

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2969 Calle Mission esquiná de la calle 25 y 26, acerca de BART/24 St., MUNI #14, 49.

Sugerimos una donación de $3 a $10, todos bienvenidos, con o sin fondos.

Habrá antojitos.

Para mayor información llame al PSL, en 415-821-6171 o http://www.PSLweb.org.

Evento Público • Todos Bienvenidos

Why does the U.S. have the most people in prison?

Friday, Oct. 2, 7pm
2969 Mission St., SF

Why does the “land of the free” have more people in prison—in both absolute numbers and percentage of the population—than any other country in the world? With just 5% of the world’s people, the U.S. has 25% of all prisoners! One out of every 50 people is behind bars or “in the system”—on parole or probation.

Who goes to jail in the U.S. today and who doesn’t? What role is the relationship between the capitalist system and the criminal “justice” system?

Come for video presentation featuring PSL Vice-Presidential candidate and author of the book, Shackled & Chained: Mass Incarceration in Capitalist America, Eugene Puryear. Join us for a discussion of the causes, consequences and solution to the incarceration crisis

2969 Mission St., between 25th and 26th Sts.

Near 24th St. BART, #14, 49 MUNI

$3 - $10 donation requested, no one turned away for lack of funds.
Refreshments served. Wheelchair accessible.

For more info: 415-821-6171 or http://www.PSLweb.org.
Visit http://www.PSLweb.org to read daily news and anaylsis from a Marxist perspective.
Visit http://www.PSLweb.org to purchase our other publications.
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Foro Público del PSL

¿Por qué tiene los EE.UU. el mayor número de personas en prisión?
viernes, 2 de octubre, 7pm
2969 Calle Mission, San Francisco

¿Por qué tiene la “tierra de la libertad” más gente encarcelada—tanto en cifras absolutas y en porcentaje de la población—que cualquier otro país en el mundo? ¡Con sólo el 5% de la población mundial, los EE.UU. tiene el 25% de todos los presos! Una de cada 50 personas está detrás de las rejas o “en el sistema”—en libertad condicional o vigilada.

¿Quién va a la cárcel en los EE.UU. hoy y quién no? ¿Cuál es la relación entre el sistema capitalista y el sistema de “justicia” penal?

Te invitamos para un presentación de video que ofrece al candidato vicepresidencia de PSL y autor del libro “En grilletes y Encadenado: La Encarcelación Masiva en América Capitalista,” Eugene Puryear. Únete para una discusión sobre las causas, consecuencias y soluciones a la crisis carcelaria..

2969 Calle Mission esquiná de la calle 25 y 26, acerca de BART/24 St., MUNI #14, 49.

Sugerimos una donación de $3 a $10, todos bienvenidos, con o sin fondos.

Habrá antojitos.

Para mayor información llame al PSL, en 415-821-6171 o http://www.PSLweb.org.

Visite nuestra página web: http://www.pslweb.org del día y análisis desde un punto de vista Marxista.
Vaya para http://www.pslweb.org leer selecciones actuales y publicaciones anteriores.
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