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In California, #cut50 will partner with leading organization, Healing Dialogue and Action, to bring together families of murder victims, families of incarcerated people serving extreme sentences, formerly incarcerated individuals, and restorative justice advocates in solidarity and action. 

Over the course of this two day event, we will be working in collaboration with other dedicated partners, such as Anti-Recidivism Coalition, Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice, Diocese of Sacramento, Human Rights Watch, The Last Mile, University of San Francisco School of Law, and Youth Justice Coalition, to shine a light on the concept that personal interaction between people who are impacted by the criminal justice system inspires the strongest coalition to advance meaningful criminal justice reform. This will be an opportunity to act for the greater good through advocacy to create pathways of healing.

On February 28th, we will gather at a beautiful retreat center where we will integrate advocacy trainings and healing practices.

 On March 1st, as part of a movement that will ripple across the nation, we will mobilize to the State Capitol to share our personal experiences and discuss important policy changes, such as sentencing reform, with our elected leaders.

*The February 28th retreat is now at capacity, but we hope you will join us for the March 1st public rally at the State Capitol. We anticipate the attendance of 200+ people, the majority of whom have been impacted by mass incarceration. Please plan on being available between 8:30am and 5:00pm so you can be a part of the training and won’t miss legislative meetings set for your team.

WHEN
March 01, 2017 at 1:31am - 10:01am
WHERE
California State Capitol, Sacramento
1315 10th St
Sacramento, CA 95814
United States
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CONTACT
Julie Mai ·

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Event Date and Time

March 01, 2017 at 1:31am - 10:01am

Event Description (if available)

CA_LOGOS_.png

 

In California, #cut50 will partner with leading organization, Healing Dialogue and Action, to bring together families of murder victims, families of incarcerated people serving extreme sentences, formerly incarcerated individuals, and restorative justice advocates in solidarity and action. 

Over the course of this two day event, we will be working in collaboration with other dedicated partners, such as Anti-Recidivism Coalition, Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice, Diocese of Sacramento, Human Rights Watch, The Last Mile, University of San Francisco School of Law, and Youth Justice Coalition, to shine a light on the concept that personal interaction between people who are impacted by the criminal justice system inspires the strongest coalition to advance meaningful criminal justice reform. This will be an opportunity to act for the greater good through advocacy to create pathways of healing.

On February 28th, we will gather at a beautiful retreat center where we will integrate advocacy trainings and healing practices.

 On March 1st, as part of a movement that will ripple across the nation, we will mobilize to the State Capitol to share our personal experiences and discuss important policy changes, such as sentencing reform, with our elected leaders.

*The February 28th retreat is now at capacity, but we hope you will join us for the March 1st public rally at the State Capitol. We anticipate the attendance of 200+ people, the majority of whom have been impacted by mass incarceration. Please plan on being available between 8:30am and 5:00pm so you can be a part of the training and won’t miss legislative meetings set for your team.


Event Location and Contact Information (if available)

California State Capitol, Sacramento
1315 10th St
Sacramento, CA 95814
United States
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Julie Mai

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