Oakland, CA 94612
We are excited to invite you to our Organizer Orientation The building is ADA accessible, and dinner will be provided.
Please RSVP on Facebook or reply to this email. Link to the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1506368796096528/?ref=br_rs
Join us to learn more about Decarcerate Alameda County and our past and present efforts to push community-based alternatives forward in place of the state prescribed pill of the prison industrial complex. Currently, DAC is working to build a broad grassroots movement of groups and individuals most impacted by imprisonment, health care workers, teachers, and community members to ensure Alameda County prioritizes community’s voices and concerns.
If you cannot make it to the orientation but would like to get involved, please let us know.
You can also support our mission by joining us at the March for Kayla Moore (Justice 4 Kayla Moore) on October 10th, 5:30-8:30pm at 2134 MLK Jr. Way, Berkeley, CA, 94704. Kayla Moore was a Black trans woman with schizophrenia, who was born and raised in Berkeley and loving and loved by the community. She was murdered by BPD when her friend called 911 to request mental health support for her. Her family got a court date for the civil lawsuit against BPD and City of Berkeley, which will take place on October 23-27, 2017, four years later after Kayla’s death. We will be at the march supporting Justice 4 Kayla Moore organizers demand justice for Kayla now!
Decarcerate Alameda County