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A ROAD MAP TOWARDS JUSTICE: How to End Mass Incarceration in Massachusetts March 14th

Mar 14, 2015 | by admin

Come learn about the bills related to mass incarceration and prison reform that we hope will become law in the next two years and how you can help make our criminal justice system more fair and effective.

A ROAD MAP TOWARDS JUSTICE: How to End Mass Incarceration in Massachusetts

Saturday, March 14, 1-4:30 p.m.

First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Arlington
630 Massachusetts Avenue in Arlington Cente
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Come learn about the bills related to mass incarceration and prison reform that might become law in the next two years, and how you can help make our criminal justice system more fair and effective. You will hear from experts, receive fact sheets, and have time to connect with others and digest what you are learning. Speakers include Rep. Dave Rogers, Rep. Sean Garballey, Barbara Dougan, Andrea James, Jon Tetherly and EPOCA members. Refreshments served too!

RSVPs to
end-mass-incarceration@firstparish.info
are appreciated but not required.

This interactive workshop is organized by the Mass Incarceration Working Group of First Parish Arlington and co-sponsored by the Criminal Justice Policy Coalition, End Mass Incarceration Together, EPOCA (Ex-Prisoners and Prisoners Organizing for Community Advancement), Families Against Mandatory Minimums, and the Mystic Valley Branch of the NAACP.

Parking is available in the municipal lots on the other side of Mass. Ave. Buses #77, #79, and others stop nearby.