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10:00 am Effective Implementation of AB1185: Community Oversight of Alameda County Sheriff & Jail @ Online
Effective Implementation of AB1185: Community Oversight of Alameda County Sheriff & Jail @ Online
Oct 14 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Alameda County Board of Supervisors’ Public Protection Committee is taking up further AB1185 sheriff/jail oversight implementation planning on Thursday, October 14th @ 10am. Make Your Voice Heard. Links will be posted here: https:// bos.acgov.org/ committee-meetings/ Your emails to the Committee prior to the Oct 14th meeting can be sent to Chair Valle, richard.valle@acgov.org and Supervisor Miley at nate.miley@acgov.org supporting the principles that ICJJ, FIAEB, CPA and allies are advocating (link) For additional followup information, contact Bruce @ brucds@pacbell.net   Faith In Action East Bay, the Interfaith Coalition for Justice in … Continued
4:00 pm Mitch Jeserich of KPFA’s Letters & Politics – the importance of public broadcasting and the art of conversation. @ Online
Mitch Jeserich of KPFA’s Letters & Politics – the importance of public broadcasting and the art of conversation. @ Online
Oct 14 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Mitch Jeserich, host of KPFA’s Letters and Politics, speaks on the importance of public broadcasting and the art of conversation. Mitch Jeserich is a veteran broadcast journalist. In 2009 he launched a pilot program called Letters from Washington, chronicling the first 100 days of the Obama administration, that would become Letters and Politics—a look at burning political issues and debates and their historical context within the US and the world. You must register for this free online event, hosted by the Magazines and Newspapers Center of the San Francisco Public … Continued
5:00 pm Policing and the war on terror @ Online
Policing and the war on terror @ Online
Oct 14 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The post 9/11 war on terror framework further legitimized the targeting and criminalization of Muslim, immigrant and Black communities and produced techniques, agencies, and concepts of policing that are increasingly being used on all communities of color and protesters.  We will look at militarized policing, the development of ICE, fusion centers, “pre-crime,” the use of community leaders and social service organizations in surveillance, and what local communities are doing to push back. Register: https://www.afsc.org/action/policing-and-war-terror69392