NLGSF March Membership Meeting: From the Inside Out: Threats and Opportunities for Prisoner Organizing and Solidarity Today

March 15, 2018

7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Oakland Peace Center, Shelton Hall

111 Fairmount Ave, Oakland, CA

Featuring:

Dolores Canales, California Families Against Solitary Confinement

Stacy Rojas, California Coalition for Women Prisoners

Azadeh Zohrabi, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children

Moderated by Sara Kershnar, National Lawyers Guild-SF Bay Area Chapter

Moderated by Sara Kershnar, National Lawyers Guild-SF Bay Area Chapter

Five years on from the historic 2013 California prisoner hunger strikes, join us for an important conversation about the gains and setbacks confronting imprisoned peoples’ fights for human rights and freedom.

This program is part of Center for Political Education and National Lawyers Guild-San Francisco Bay Area Chapter's six- part series of monthly events on defending ourselves, each other, our communities, and our movements against state repression. Each event brings together lawyers and legal workers with grassroots organizers and activists with direct knowledge of these issues and experience in fighting back.

Art by J. Heshima Denham, Kern Valley State Prison