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10:00 am ENOUGH IS ENOUGH, NO MORE GANG INJUNCTIONS! @ St. Anthony Foundation
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH, NO MORE GANG INJUNCTIONS! @ St. Anthony Foundation
Apr 26 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
Tomorrow the Re-Entry Council will consider taking a position in opposition to gang injunctions. We need a large show of support to let them know how critical this issue is, and move them to say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH, NO MORE GANG INJUNCTIONS! The city attorney and police have used this out-dated tool of repression for years, and have never demonstrated its use in establishing public safety. On the contrary, gang injunctions push African American and Latino families out of SF and dismantle entire neighborhoods. Gang injunctions are actually a tool … Continued
6:30 pm Bail Reform Film Screening & Discussion @ Laurel Books, off Oscar Grant Plaza
Bail Reform Film Screening & Discussion @ Laurel Books, off Oscar Grant Plaza
Apr 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Bail Reform Film Screening & Discussion @ Laurel Books, off Oscar Grant Plaza | Oakland | California | United States
Join the ACLU as we facilitate a free film screening and discussion on money bail and what we can do to replace this broken system in California. Are you aware that Black people, Latinos, and Native Americans are twice as likely to be locked in jail because they can’t afford bail? The U.S. money bail system is largely to blame for over-crowded jails across the nation. 70 percent of people are incarcerated for one simple reason: being too poor. Unscrupulous bail bond contracts allow private corporations to make exorbitant profits off of people … Continued
6:30 pm Pack the Police Commission: Demand Accountability @ Oakland City Hall, Oscar Grant Plaza
Pack the Police Commission: Demand Accountability @ Oakland City Hall, Oscar Grant Plaza
Apr 26 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
From its inception, the Oakland Police Commission has been incredibly problematic. One of the most egregious elements is that it allows the Mayor to directly appoint three people to the commission with no vetting. NOW – the Commission is dragging its feet to comply with community demands that the Chair of the commission, Thomas Lloyd Smith, who was directly appointed by Libby Schaaf, undergo an investigative process related to inappropriate actions he has taken as the Chair: – On March 11, the night of the most recent police shooting in … Continued