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Mobile Justice Tour: Month of February

Jan 14, 2014 | by admin

– A coalition of civil rights groups partnering for a 15-city tour of Virginia to raise awareness on and provide direct services for justice issues that affect people with criminal records. • Restoration of Civil & Voting Rights Application/Filing Assistance • Ban-the-Box Fairer Employment Application • Sentencing reforms to end mass incarceration in Virginia

Thursday, February, 20

4:30pm to 7:30pm

NAACP, Lawson Building

401 Gainesboro Road

Roanoke, Virginia 24016

 

Saturday, February 22

3pm to 5pm

Lynchburg Public Library, MLK, Jr.

2315 Memorial Ave,

Lynchburg, Virginia 24501

 

Wednesday February 26

5pm to 8pm

William R. McKinney Library,

137 S. Sycamore Street

Petersburg, Virginia 23803

 

Thursday, February 27

3pm to 6pm

Ellen Coolridge Burke Library,

4701 Seminary Road

Alexandria, VA 22304

 

Your city, county or town not listed?  Want the MJT to meet in your area during, 2014?  Send us the following:  2 proposed  dates (Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday); the venue, time, location/full address and contact person information.  Call/Text: 805.426.4426; email:  rihd23075@aol.com.

MJT is an all-volunteer initiative, free, open to the public and non-funded, depending solely upon private donations such as yourself, no matter how modest.  Donations $25 or more to RIHD/MJT are tax-deductible to you per IRS 501(c) 3 rules and regulations. RIHD/MJT – PO Box 55 -Highland Springs, Virginia 23075 – Telephone:  804.426.4426

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